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High gas prices make buses a more affordable option than cars


18 March 2011

 

As oil price continues to climb, taking the bus gets even more affordable than taking the car. Gas prices, as noted by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) in a recent statement increased 28 cents since the end of February, for a national average of $3.47 a gallon (3.78 litres). At that price, people who bus it are due to save $825 a month ($9,904 annually). That includes the yearly average cost of unreserved downtown parking: $161.56. So make the Smart Move for an affordable mobility!

 

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