A Matter Of Opinion

I Want to Drive Alone

Despite high gas prices, global warming -- oops, I mean "climate change" -- and the higher cost of parking coming soon to downtown Spokane, people still drive to work da sola.

See today's story.

When I worked in Washington D.C. for two years in the 1980s, I always took the Metro to work. It was clean, fast and relaxing in its own way.

Now, even though I feel guilty about it somtimes, I drive to work, despite the fact the the bus is fairly convenient.

What would it take for you to commute to work by public transportation, bicycle, or on foot?

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