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July 18, 2013

More transportation options can cut congestion, costs, report says

Increasing transit round-trip work commutes by four days (or eight trips) each month can reduce driving costs by 14 to 26%.


November 19, 2009

Report: Smart growth could save Calif. $31B, cut GHGs

Of four regions studied, the Bay Area is saving the most on transportation costs due to its smart growth communities, with Los Angeles coming in a close second.


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