Things you can do to keep Florida's Air Clean
Use Carpools or Public Transportation.
- Ride Public Transit - One busload of passengers could take 40
vehicles off the road!
- Walking/Biking - Try
walking , biking or in-line skating for an errand or
Consider a no-car week at your house.
- Carpooling - Carpooling to work or children's activities means at least one
less car on the road and fewer emissions.
Carpooling is when two
or more commuters ride together in a private automobile on a
continuing basis, regardless of their relationship to each other or
the cost of sharing agreements. Carpooling is the simplest and most
common "ridesharing" arrangement.
Finding someone to
carpool is easy because employees of a single company often live near
each other. Neighbors may work at different companies located only a
short distance apart and have the same work hours.
Carpools can be
arranged in one of the following ways:
- One person may
drive all the time, while the passengers contribute only to the cost
(e.g., gas and parking).
- Participants may
alternate driving and not exchange
- The carpool
driver may pick up passengers at their homes, or they may meet at a
- Carpools can and
do include family members
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April 19, 2012