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Alternative Transportation

Alternative transportation allows people to travel without the need for a single-occupancy vehicle. Examples of alternative transportation methods include human-powered conveyances (e.g. biking, walking), public transit, ridesharing options (e.g. vanpooling, carpooling), and telework. Having an office near alternative transportation options (like buses, light rail and subway) and facilitating access to such hubs through shuttle services makes it easier for occupants to use alternatives, thereby minimizing the pollution and land development impacts of vehicle use. 

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