Washington, D.C. – April 11, 2014 – A study, co-authored by Rachel Weinberger, and led by Drexel University School of Public Health brought to light the link between parking costs and mass transit use. Their findings provides lawmakers with a new tool for creating better transportation policies. “According to the authors and other experts, a variety of benefits could redound to cities that use the price of parking to discourage car use, including less traffic congestion, turning limited land to more productive uses and better health and public safety.”

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