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Why Public Transit Must Be Fast, Cheap, and Convenient

I want to talk about the morality of driving. I want to talk about the morality of driving. I own a car, but I don’t drive very much. I generally take transit or walk everywhere I need to go. I use the car to take my kids camping in the summer, to venture out to Mississauga to visit my parents, and to cart musical […] The post Why Public Transit Must Be Fast, Cheap, and Convenient appeared first on Torontoist.
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