Sustainable Mass Transit by Thomas Abdallah


Public mass transit systems including subway or elevated train lines, light rail systems, commuter rail, and bus service, rapidly move millions of people each day, and contribute less pollution per person than personal car usage in cities. In today’s world, far too many people travel back and forth to work or school each day by getting into their car, igniting an internal combustion engine, and driving. This humble routine emits great amounts of pollution and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

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