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Crux Update

March 2nd, 2013 | Author: Sam
Category: Bike Commuting, Bike Philosophy, Uncategorized

Jay Leighter, Creighton professor, is still blogging about riding his bike to work. He recently added a post called “Impact in the Aggregate.” In it, he discusses how his view of cars has changed. On the one hand, he’s noticed that he feels confined in cars, limited. But on the other, he has come to appreciate the comforts of owning and using a car. For most trips, we don’t really need a car (depending, probably, on where you live). Taking a utilitarian approach to driving frees up the options for other forms of transportation.

Let us toast to being multi-modal!

 

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