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Take Public Transportation


If you are lucky enough to have public transportation available, take advantage of it as much as you can. You may find that you can even do without a car.

If the bus schedule is spotty, or there is no public transportation in your neck of the woods, you may want to raise the issue with your state representatives. After all, it's your tax dollars that make public transportation possible. The more people request it and use it, the better it will be.

When traveling a long distance, consider taking a bus or train, instead of flying.

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