U.S. cities are racing to cope with ever-increasing demand on public transportation as gas prices remain at record levels.
Even regions that have traditionally resisted giving up cars and have limited access to mass transit are reporting a surge in public transportation use.
From trains and trolleys to subways and buses, the growth encompasses all modes of travel, according to the American Public Transportation Association, a Washington D.C.-based industry group. Read full article »
CNN's Mike Senzon and Jarrett Bellini contributed to this report.