People are driving less, even with gas under $2

Monday, December 15, 2008

The price of gas is dropping, but statistics show Americans are clocking fewer miles on the road.
Driving is declining and ridership on public transportation is up. Could it be that the conventional wisdom that Americans always prefer to drive is changing? Writer Matt Dellinger examines the idea.

Guests:

Matt Dellinger

Contributors:

Collin Campbell

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