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Free Public Transit Any Why We Don’t Pay To Ride Elevators Edited by Judith Delheim and Jason Prince
Access a free sample of the book here.
“In an age of increasing inequalities and ecological crisis, movements for free public transit are proposing a profound rethinking of urban transit as a fundamental human right and public good. Research shows that, if the bus were free, people would ride it as much as 50% more in the first year, dramatically reducing car use, traffic, and pollution, while redistributing wealth and increasing social inclusion for poor and working people. But free public transit alone is not enough; it must also be combined with much better service and reserve bus lanes to be effective.”
The Social Ideology of the Motorcar by André Gorz
Read this essay, republished by Uneven Earth, here.
“The worst thing about cars is that they are like castles or villas by the sea: luxury goods invented for the exclusive pleasure of a very rich minority, and which in conception and nature were never intended for the people.”