While many are squabbling about street cars, Questionland user juliAna mclenna is thinking even farther down the transportation road. A few days ago, she asked:
Though she's only received a couple responses, one in particular, submitter by user MishMish, gets fairly feisty:
"In a world where none of us had jobs or places to be it sure would be great to wander around town on foot or bicycle spending money that just magically appears in my bank account every month. Unfortunately, I have to work. Early. There's no way I, or any other rational person, would park my car on the outskirts of town and walk 10 minutes each way to my favorite coffeeshop in the 20 degree weather."
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