Friday, April 12, 2019

4.12


(Rosy Posy, Flaunters Dies, Stitching Basics Dies, All Year Cheer)

Over a hundred years ago, virtually every American city had public street cars that people took to work. That includes cities we don’t think of as hubs for mass transit today, like Atlanta, Raleigh, and Los Angeles. Today, just 5 percent of U.S. workers commute via via public transit.

smooches,
Kim

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