Grant Delgatty and Sven Etzelsberger

Cars were supposed to simplify our lives. They were intended to make Earth smaller, and travel more brief and efficient. And they did, for a time. Now, most cities have some level of gridlock, its corresponding pollution and frustration, and driving has devolved into commuting. Yet many people are still reticent to embrace public transit in all but a few North American cities.

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