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... environmental damage, and neighborhood opposition. How much can shared transportation services, personal bicycles, and electric scooters substitute for growth in single-occupant auto trips, many of which are less than three miles?
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... network links, and they also raise equity concerns. Charging for highway use by the mile can be done efficiently and accurately because of advances in technology, and might one day be a replacement for motor fuel taxes, but the practice raises privacy concerns that must be resolved.115 The U.S.
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