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Why Ride the Bus? Passes on the City Bus are very affordable and gas prices are back on the rise. If you live and work on route, you can get to just about anywhere you need to go in the City of Montrose using the bus!
Some passengers even park their cars at the bus stop closest to their house and use the bus for transportation throughout the day.
Ride the bus to save money on gas, oil changes and vehicle maintenance.
Studies continue to show that public transit is safer than driving an automobile. According to National Safety Council data, riding the bus is times safer than riding in a car!
As an added bonus, public transportation can reduce the number of cars on the road, meaning less traffic congestion and fewer chances for accidents. People who use the bus as their main mode of transportation tend to be in better physical shape than those using their cars.
By getting outside and walking to the closest bus stop, transit users are getting more exercise and fighting obesity. Riding on the bus is also much less stressful than driving!
Stress and frustration from driving have been linked to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and overall decreased immune function which can lead to more colds and general illness.
Currently, Americans use more energy for transportation than for commercial, residential or industrial use. Switching to public transit can also have a huge impact on gasoline use. Public transportation can be an important factor in economic development.
All Points Transit has heard from multiple new residents who moved to Montrose partially because of the transportation options here. Transportation can also level the playing field for low income individuals or anyone who does not own a vehicle.
Transit systems allow them to more easily find employment, get to work and, in some cases, go from being welfare recipients to wage earners. Getting out on the bus is also a great way to meet new people in your community and make new friends.Studies continue to show that public transit is safer than driving an automobile.
According to National Safety Council data, riding the bus is times safer than riding in a car! As an added bonus, public transportation can reduce the number of cars on the road, meaning less traffic congestion and fewer chances for accidents.
A self-driving Uber vehicle. That round thing on the top is the LIDAR sensor.
Anyway, back to Pittsburgh. Uber has hired a lot of engineers from Carnegie Mellon, and Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group, which is developing its self-driving cars, is based in the city.
Apr 03, · The differences between driving your private car and taking buses were well adapted in the essay. You compared these two in many logical aspects. Briefly, the structure of your essay is favorable for a comparison/contrast essay, I think. Jul 14, · Riding in a car is sitting in it as it moves, usually with someone else controling it; driving or operating a car is sitting in it and controlling it oneself.
Riding a motorcycle is squatting, sitting, or standing on it as it moves, usually while controlling it oneself; operating or driving a motorcycle is riding it but always implies.
Half of all teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating from high school. Parental involvement doesn't end when a child gets a license. Teen drivers who continue to practice with their parents increase their chances of avoiding a crash.
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