There are a few benefits of using public transportation. Public transportation is safer for all ages, from teenager to senior. In order to benefit the public, most major cities like New York, have a transportation system that operates smoothly and efficiently.
Public transportation leads to be safer, affordable, more convenient and good for the environment. Public transportation is very convenient in many ways, good for the environment and good for your health. First of all, public transportation such as trains and buses are safer than the use of a car.
In fact, a large number of people are injured in car accidents every year.In addition, many people die by car accidents. On the other hand, public transportation is well operated by a specialized company and government drivers. Drivers or operators are well trained to save customer’s lives.
Public transportation continues to be one of the safest modes of travel in the United States. In fact, riding a transit bus is 91 times safer than car travel. Secondly, if you compare the cost of public transportation such as train and bus to the cost of gasoline, you’ll find that a monthly commuting fare is far more economical and affordable compared to the cost of gasoline.Examples of this are that a single ride fair (metrocard) is $2. 25. If you buy a 7 day-unlimited the cost is $29, 30-Day Unlimited the cost is $104 or 7-Day express bus the cost is $50.
Gasoline price vary depending on the name brand. The cost for Calco is $3. 27, Sunoco $3. 29, Gulf $3. 31, Citgo $3. 89, Mobil $3. 77, and Shell $3. 55.
If you calculated each one of them, you can see that you spend more on gasoline depending on what car you have and how many cylinders the car has, and that public transportation is economic and affordable. Third, most trains and buses run on a set schedule.You can set your commuting time around the schedule. No more roaming around looking for parking or sitting in traffic. Some say that buses and trains take longer than driving. however if you consider that driving is “lost time” that you can better spend reading or relaxing while leaving the driving to someone else, you come out way ahead time wise.
You can see that public transportation is more convenient than a car. Fourth, some of the environmental benefits of public transportation are that there is a reduction of greenhouse gas and auto fuel consumption by 1. 5 billion gallons annually.For example, a person who commutes 60 miles each way daily could save an estimated 1,888 gallons of gasoline every year by switching from using a car to using public transportation. By using public transportation, people can help reduce traffic congestion. Everyone who cares about the environment should use and care about public transportation. Consider how many large vehicles and trucks you see inhabited by one or two people. Everyone who is taking his or her own vehicle is causing some individual pollution.
The earth doesn’t need any extra pollutants. When you use your own car it lets out fumes and smog and it isn’t good for your health.For each mile traveled, fewer pollutants are discharged by transit vehicles than by a single passenger automobile. Buses let out 80 percent less carbon monoxide than a regular car. You can avoid the emission of more than 126 million pounds of hydrocarbons, a primary cause of smog, and 156 million pounds of nitrogen oxides, which can cause respiratory disease. Public transportation makes you more socialized and healthier psychologically. While driving your car alone makes you feel lonely, the use of public transportation gives you a lot of opportunities to socialize with other people.
People who live in communities with high quality public transportation drive less, exercise more, live longer, and are generally healthier than residents of communities that lack quality public transit. I live in New York City and use public transportation daily. I appreciate the fact that I can benefit from its affordability, safety and convenience. Furthermore, I feel good that am not polluting the atmosphere.
Public transportation is beneficial to all us, for its affordability, safety, convenience and environmental contributions.