Young American Shift Away from a Car-driven Culture



  1. Todd Boulanger
    Posted 9 July, 2012 at 20:40 | Permalink

    This continues to be great news for our urban communities,’except’ that for many US citizens Drivers Ed at the high school level continues to be the ONLY traffic safety and transportation mobility training most adults would have access to.

    So what is needed is a city by city ‘diversion’ programme for this emerging group of adults that provides the same traffic safely training with mobility training (bike repair, cargo carrying, transit map reading, etc.) for those choosing to not drive a motorized vehicle. Contract your local school district (if it still has a publicly funded course - less seem to have it these days) to set one up.

  2. Michael Willis
    Posted 22 July, 2012 at 22:26 | Permalink

    Imported from Detroit:

    Mad-Car-Disease & National Obesity!

  3. Michael Willis
    Posted 22 July, 2012 at 22:35 | Permalink

    The 3-Mighty Pillars of the Car-Cult:

    Cheap Gazzoline

    Free Parking

    Drive-Thru Fast Food on Each & Every Corner

  4. Railwayist
    Posted 27 July, 2012 at 02:32 | Permalink

    Definition of S.U.V.

    Sucks Unlimited Volumnes

    Definition of McMansion

    3 car garage with attached bedrooms

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  1. By The Monday Roundup | Biking Frontiers on 10 July, 2012 at 16:11

    […] - By now you’ve heard lots about young people driving less and biking more, and here’s much of that information summed up in a helpful infographic. […]

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