IM4Transit

Via Metroplan Orlando

Public transportation is now more important to our community than ever.  With gas prices almost at $4 per gallon, Central Floridians need transportation options in addition to the car.

You can help support public transportation by joining IM4Transit, a campaign sponsored by Florida’s 30 transit agencies to build a community of at least 100,000 transit supporters.  Members become eligible for monthly prize drawings.  There are three ways to show your support:

  • Visit IM4Transit.org and join the mailing list
  • Text your email address to 561-414-2805
  • Like IM4Transit on Facebook
4 replies
  1. Rodney
    Rodney says:

    Speaking of fuel prices, I noticed Diesel has dropped nearly Thirty-Five cents per gallon in the last week. They’re messing with our minds!

    • Keri
      Keri says:

      Yeah, what a game. The nice part for me is, the last time I filled my car was March 30. I missed the highest prices.

  2. fred_dot_u
    fred_dot_u says:

    Our stinker has been parked since April, but only because the Rav4EV was out for service for that month. Fuel prices are too low, even at four bucks a gallon. I make that statement (usually to myself) when I see automobiles with the motors running, in parking lots where I shop. Fuel can’t be too expensive, if people are willing to burn it while standing in one place!

    Recently, I “discovered” Votran, Volusia County’s answer to mass transit a couple of months ago. It’s worked for me, even though most of the routes are once an hour(!) and three bucks for a daily pass. They allowed me to take on board my electric self balancing unicycle, so once off the bus, I have 12 miles range. I’d rather see public subsidies to such transportation systems than the subsidies that are keeping petroleum prices artificially reduced.

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