Sunday, February 2, 2014

Still more to be done for public transportation

MetroWest Daily News : "Orsino said people are turning to public transit in the state and across the nation to avoid paying high prices for gas, parking, insurance and other costs of owning a car.
"People are very aware of public transit and want to use it," she said. "Plus, with an aging population, having public transit options is important. Seniors are much more active than in the past."
Young adults are also more aware and inclined to use public transit, she said.
While the MBTA’s commuter rail system brings people from Boston to suburbs and cities, "what about up and down main street?" Orsino said."

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