Kaid Benfield directs our attention to "a terrific, poster-sized graphic highlighting the benefits of public transportation" that was created by an unlikely source - a credit card comparison website.
According to Benfield, "The very well-made display was created, somewhat improbably, by Boris at Credit Donkey,
a website whose primary function seems to be to explicate the world of
credit cards to consumers."
"The graphic is based on research by Kelly
The link between an environmental cause and a site primarily devoted
to credit cards is, I suppose, household expenses. Taking transit saves
household expenses," writes Benfield.
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