How Public Transportation Improves Health

How Public Transportation Improves Health
Design

APTA's study looks at the tangential benefits of public transportation.

Lisa Baldini
  • 6 september 2010

On the whole, Americans are known for their car culture, which has proved to problematic in recent years as the cost of fuel and maintenance rises. In contrast, New Yorkers are accustomed to relying on public transportation predominantly because it’s the cheapest option. Yet, there may be other significant benefits to public transportation users.

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