Public Transportation Withdrawal

Atlanta resident Charles Lyon suffers public transportation withdrawal after ten days in New York.
October 15, 2004, 5am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"The strangest thing about returning to Atlanta after 10 days in New York City was having to drive a car again... In New York, I left the driving to professionals — cabbies, subway motormen, train engineers, bus drivers and ferry captains...

Atlanta would do well to study the transportation infrastructure of New York City. It is, in a word, marvelous. From the Long Island Railroad to the Hoboken Ferry, commuters in New York enjoy an interlocking transportation system that, on balance, is efficient and affordable," Lyon writes.

Thanks to transport-policy listserv

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Published on Thursday, October 14, 2004 in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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