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(See also "The 10 Nightmare Cities Where No One Wants to Drive").
Posted by Craig on 05:46:00 AM in Current Affairs
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And certainly not high gas prices... (Short-term inelastic, but given a few years to adjust, it's a different story)
Jack PQ |
February 26, 2014 at 11:09 AM
I find that things I want to 'get' that require driving tend to be much closer to me than in the past. If a car is merely a tool to move things [and people] from where they are to a more desirable place, perhaps the average distance of all those things has declined. It sure has in my case. Even in the past couple of years,
February 27, 2014 at 09:59 AM
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