There is traffic everywhere we look these days, and the more and more people that are born into this world, the more difficult it becomes to maintain traffic. This does not just mean cars. This also means trains, and buses. We cannot expect more people to ride mass transit because of traffic.
Yes, enough Americans ride mass transit instead of driving cars and expelling harmful fumes, because we have mass transit in every city and it is very effective. At peak hours, you can't even stand in a subway car, let alone find a seat. There is no point to running buses in small villages that no one is going to ride.
No,not nearly enough Americans ride mass transit.If they realized how much harm they were doing driving individual cars they might decide to at least try mass transit every once in awhile.It might be a little bit inconvenient but with some planning most people would easily adapt to riding mass transit
No, more Americans need to ride mass transit instead of driving cars and polluting the environment. Fumes and pollution that are created by mass transit are much less than what is produced by automobiles. Americans driving individually are especially wasteful, and idling engines can create harmful fumes even when they aren't driving.
I think that not enough Americans ride mass transit instead of driving cars and expelling harmful fumes. I think that if more people were to ride the bus, train, etc, it would not only be beneficial for the environment, it would also help a lot of people to save money. on gas.