Boston, more than
. . . 40% of cars in rush-hour traffic have only one occupant.
We envelop each occupant, weighing an average of
. . . 70-80kg (154-176 lbs), in a package that weighs
. . . 20 times their weight to achieve mobility.
. . . It takes a lot of energy to move that mass.
London allocates almost
. . . 24% of its land area to roads, and supporting infrastructure, this can be as high as
. . . 40%. In many US cities.
Cars are an expense to:
. . . . . . Own,
. . . . . . Fuel,
. . . . . . Maintain,
. . . . . . Insure, and
. . . . . . Store.
Cars are parked about
. . . 90% of the time, and
. . . the major cause of rush hour traffic, and congestion,
. . . wasting everyones,
. . . Time, and Money.
Isn't it time we found a better way?
10-26-2017 Source: #Cars: What are they good for?
#Cars: What are they good for?
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