Luckily, public transport (the tram) is brilliantly efficient, cost-effective, and blissfully above ground.
“They say public transport creates more jobs per dollar spent versus new things,” Gelinas says.
Streets are empty, public transport is virtually nonexistent.
Blame the weak recovery, an aging population, increasing urbanization, and the growth of public transport.
Your humble editor woke with power but no internet (and no public transport), so I'm just getting started on the day's blogging.
Two answers: the high cost of owning a vehicle and the increasing ease of public transport.
Now the Parisian public transport authority, the RATP, is trying to solve this problem of politesse.
No test of common humanity is quite so commonplace or so trying as public transport.
Indeed, there was a time when the smell in Paris public transport could knock you off your feet.
There were other practical considerations as well: businesses were closed, as was public transport.