Public transportation is necessary for the liveliness and continuity of a city. The more public transportation is used; the more urban areas of the city are used.
On the inverse side, less usage of public transportation is directly correlated to more pollution and inequality. Why? It’s safe to assume that people who need to commute will use their own individual automobiles, which leads to more pollution.
The future of commuting via public transit is supported by leveraging technology to promote savings and sustainability. The energy and cost efficiency of the public transportation system directly affects urban cities, whether positively or negatively.
To learn more, check out the infographic below created by the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Online Master’s in Civil Engineering program.