Improving the United States public transportation system by the day

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Welcome to Mass Traveler 

Hi, my name is Bobbi K Wells. I am a graduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA, and welcome to my website.

One of the reasons why I have decided to launch the MassTraveler site is the devastating state of our public transportation.

I want to discover new ways, and offer solutions that will improve our lives.

Three Best Ways To Reduce Emissions In Us

Encourage people to use alternatives – when possible, walk or ride a bike to avoid emission. Of course, we don’t usually live and work in the same town or place, so we need to use some transportation. But, if you are going grocery shopping, or having a drink with your friends, take a walk, instead of using your car.

Use fuel efficient vehicles – this rule doesn’t apply only to car owners, but also to public transportation forms. But, while we still don’t have electric buses, we have electric cars. All vehicles have the estimated miles –per – gallon rating. And while electric cars have a carbon emission, it can be compared with regular ones.

Driving style – speeding and unnecessary acceleration decreases mileage by up to 33%. In this case, you are wasting your money and gas and increasing carbon emission. Don’t use speeding as an excuse that you are late, leave on time and avoid leaving a carbon footprint.

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Create new bus stops

these should be bus shelters where people that meet all safety criteria and encourage community members to use the public transportation system. The new bus stops should be places where people want to come back and tell other passengers about their experiences.

New ticketing system

it should help identify new riders without making delays or creating a crowd. A couple of seconds might seem like a meaningless time gap, but when you multiply this with the number of passengers, it can create a significant delay, which results in unsatisfied and frustrated riders.

Zero emission

the only way of reducing carbon emission is either taking a walk or riding a bike. Our program is designed to encourage people to avoid cars, or public transportation whenever it’s possible. In this case, you are preserving our environment and creating a better future for our kids.  

Solution

Three Types Of Transportation In The Us

Trains And Subways

Almost every major city in the US feature trains and business and they are a cheap way to travel around. They have their system, and this is one of the most common ways to get around. Additionally, trains will help you go throughout the USA.

Buses

If you are living in a city, the buses will likely be pretty expensive, which is a standard for large urban areas. However, if you live in the suburbs, don’t expect them to come frequently and better rely on some alternative methods. If we are talking about longer routes, then it can be quite cheap to travel.

Taxis

Taxies can be extremely expensive for students, but they are good for the long routes or journeys that are either too far for walking or cycling. In the last couple of years, a couple of affordable companies appeared on the market, such as Uber, which make things easier than before. 

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Tesla – the solution to reducing emissions

There has been a lot of controversy about electric cars. They were presented as a revolutionary invention that will help us overcome a carbon emission, but somehow manufacturers neglected one major problem, charging station and battery life.

However, no one can negate the success of Elon Musk and its claims that he will stop the climate changes with his revolutionary invention, the Tesla car.

So far, people who have switched to Tesla have experienced positive benefits of this form of transportation and Musk claims he will produce cars with zero emission and improve the condition of our planet.

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