transportation.art

July 26th, 2006

The good folks at Environmental Economics are grinning with glee as gas prices rise — not because they want everybody to pay more (well, not exactly), but because the economically-predictable is occuring: rising gas prices are making consumers run to public transportation.

I drive all over Lackawanna County, and beyond — but I really shoudl start looking more into our public transportation. The last time I checked their website I couldn’t find anything about routes, etc (and the local bus stop signs didn’t bother to mention what route was stopping there, either). But now there’s a PDF route map, as well as schedules.

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