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Hey Scott! I think using bikes and encouraging alternative transportation to cars are a fast problem solving method. I would also bring in discussion the idea that municipalities can and should encourage bike usage. Projects like Citibike in Nyc, or Barclay Bike in London are great starts for this endorsment.
I would also suggest you to watch Urbanized, which is a great documentary about urban design. You will quickly see how mayors are trying to change habits in order to endorse cycling, walking.
So my question is how might we rethink transportation in order to save energy?
Hi Will! This is an idea that we were always asking ourselves why people don't do it. I heard there are some US rules about not being able to create your own energy and using it. Did you hear anything about that?