Entering adulthood during the recession, many millennials are too debt-laden and underemployed to afford a car. They see mass transit, biking and walking as not only cheaper but also good for their health and the environment.”
This isn’t to say that all emerging young professionals will eschew their cars. This is to say, however, that in order for this region to be competitive in attracting and retaining talent, we have to provide safe, effective and efficient multi-modal transportation amenities.
We’ve got a choice.