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December 20, 2011

APTA: Transit users save $9,690 annually

With the average national gas price at $3.21 per gallon, individuals who ride public transportation instead of driving can save, on average, $807 this month.


May 4, 2010

APTA: Public transit riders save $9,453 annually

Riders can save on average $788 per month. According to the 2010 edition of the AAA annual report ‘Your Driving Costs’ the cost of owning and operating a vehicle has increased 4.8 percent since last year. The leading factor was the rise in fuel prices.


October 7, 2009

APTA: Public transit riders save $9K annually

Transit riders can save on average $755 per month. The savings amount is based on the cost of the national averages for parking and driving, as well as, the October 5 national average gas price of $2.461 per gallon for self-serve regular gasoline as reported by AAA.


September 4, 2009

APTA: Transit users save $9K yearly

Transit riders can save on average $762 per month. The savings amount is based on the cost of the national averages for parking and driving, as well as the September 3 national average gas price of $2.596 per gallon for self-serve regular gasoline as reported by AAA.


August 10, 2009

APTA: Transit users save $9K yearly

Transit riders can save on average $764 per month, based on the cost of the national averages for parking and driving, as well as the August 7 national average gas price of $2.628 per gallon for self-serve regular gasoline as reported by AAA.


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