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One thought on “Inclined not to park

  1. Jay Reese

    There are plenty of empty bike racks downtown and bus seats that are not being utilized. Drivers need to wake up to the fact that their choice of transportation is slowly being pushed aside for more active transit. Cities around the world have already started to make the infrastructure changes that eliminate the need for the automobile are no longer allocating large tracts of valuable land for parking decks. The automobile glory days are over now that we fully realize the negative impact it has had on our health and the health of the environment.

    Instead of fighting the inevitable people need to make the lifestyle changes that allow them to get around without their car as much. While change is difficult the benefits of active transit are worth the effort. So do yourself and the world a favor and stop driving so much.

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