INLAND: Driving drop for young adults increases cycling

At the corner of Magnolia Street and Terracina Drive, just off the Riverside Community College campus, empty spots on the front bicycle racks of Riverside Transit Agency buses are becoming a hot commodity.

On a recent day, students snagged the two holders on a southwest-bound bus, leaving another to wait for the next bus to come along.

The high cost of driving and a greater interest in personal fitness and environmental stewardship have many young adults ditching their cars and trucks in favor of buses and bikes.

via INLAND: Driving drop for young adults increases cycling | Breaking News | PE.com – Press-Enterprise.

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