High Gas Prices Make Public Transit a Cheaper Alternative
The recent rise in gasoline prices has also given way to an increase in savings for public transit users, according to the American Public Transportation Association. The transit group has released a statement detailing some of the comparative costs of automobile use versus public transportation use and saying that, on average, transit commuters would save $825 more per month than those who commute in their cars. That’s a savings of roughly $9,900 per year, according to the release. Just one more reason to give public transit a try! Read more.