FW: [ericbritton] [World Streets] Casual Carpooling, California, 28 January 2010 E pur si ...
One of the keys to sustainable transportation is to gain high quality mobility for people while reducing overall traffic. One way for doing this is to figure out how to get more people into fewer vehicles, efficiently. Fortunately there are many ways of doing this, not all of which take a lot of time to build and cost a bundle. Here is one example: casual carsharing. And despite the fact that it may seem a bit odd and marginal, as Galileo Galilei so famously put it: "E pur si muove" (roughly, "they certainly seem to be getting there"). Casual carpooling works. Let's have a look.
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