Zip-Car releases diet study

August 24, 2009 5:41:54 PM PDT
The results of the low-car diet are out. Walking barely beat out public transit.

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The company Zip-Car commissioned the 1-month study. It found that trips by foot in San Francisco shot up 117 percent when participants were asked to not use their cars. But, public transit came in a very close second with a 115 percent increase in trips using bus or rail.

Cycling came in third with a 95 percent increase in trips using bicycles.

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