Friday, May 18, 2007

Park It

This is interesting:

USA Today leads with an analysis of federal highway data showing that, for the first time in 26 years, drivers in America have started clocking "substantially fewer miles." The price of gas is one reason, but there are also other factors, such as an aging population and a growing trend that has resulted in many people moving out of suburbs and into cities.
I wonder if this is the start of reverse suburbanization? As the petroleum economy becomes less viable, and as technology improves things like telecommuting, you've got to wonder.

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