Do we really need mass transit to limit our dependence on cars?

A study concludes that it isn’t so much the availability of transit that makes people use cars less, but density itself. (RT @ChrisRHamilton: Is mass transit needed to limit our dependence on cars?

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

A great premise from Minneapolis.  What really impacts dependence on cars?

See on www.minnpost.com

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