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Trains, Planes and More People in Automobiles

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Good magazine has posted a pretty nifty chart that compares subway ridership across the globe. From the magazine: "Even though subways are a fuel-efficient way to move people around congested urban areas, Americans make poor use of them, probably because they are poorly funded and often don’t travel where we want to go. Right now, of the five most-used subway systems in the country, only New York City’s attracts as many riders as the five largest foreign subway systems." Centerfold of the train map is here. [Good]