11/07/17 11:44 am
I live in Charlotte which is still developing its public transit. When the new rail line opens up I'll likely be a daily rider since there's a stop in front of my job
11/06/17 11:12 am
When I worked in Manhattan and lived on along Island I commuted by train and subway every day. Now I live in a small college town surrounded by cornfields. Because of the university there are buses, but nothing else. I now drive my own vehicle each day.
GDCSO New Jersey
11/05/17 10:26 pm
As of now, about 4 times a week. starting next school year (I’m moving home full time again) I’ll be a daily commuter Monday-Saturday from NJ to NYC.
IrishAlzheimers oakland, ca
11/05/17 8:32 pm
I grew up riding public transportation. I got tired of the strung out crackheads in the morning and meaningless violence so now I usually bike to wherever a bus can take me. I always take the train to Sf
11/05/17 1:50 pm
I’ve heard too many horror stories from friends.
One was vomited on by a man sitting behind her.
Another realized after a few minutes he was sitting in a seat soaked in pee.
11/05/17 9:56 am
No, public transportation doesn’t run where I live. I would need to drive to a park and ride to use it, so I just drive to where I’m going.
11/05/17 9:04 am
Almost no need for a car in Seattle. I get to and from work in the same amount of time. Sometimes less because of dedicated bus lanes in the highway. And I can be on my phone and not have to deal with the traffic!
ladyniner81 people suck
11/05/17 6:43 am
I would but the only bus that comes out is at 5am and comes back at 6pm. Uh, if I had a Drs appointment, WTF am I supposed to do for the rest of the day? Idiot politicians.
11/04/17 10:20 pm
When I first moved to Seattle I sold my car and used public transit for 5 years. Now I have a house in the suburbs and have to drive to get anywhere.
Spiritof76 USA 1776
11/04/17 9:40 pm
No. I enjoy the freedom to go where I please, when I please. No doubt public transit plays an important role in cities like NYC, but here, there's no need.
11/04/17 9:22 pm
Fairly regularly, although walking is my main mode of transportation. (I don't drive.) I use the buses in Fort Collins if my destination is over 3 miles, or if the weather is particularly bad in a way that makes walking dangerous or extremely unpleasant (thunderstorms, very icy sidewalks, extreme cold), etc. Otherwise I walk. Or if I want to take a long walk in a place somewhere pretty far from where I live, like one of the natural areas on the edge of town. (I *really* should get a bicycle.)
I took 4 buses (total) this past Tuesday to deliver our eclipse glasses to a volunteer collection site for Astronomers Without Borders, and I'll take the same 4 buses next Tuesday for a trip to the dentist.
I've used public transportation in most of the places where I've lived before, and also when I travel to other cities.
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