U.S. transit rides at 58-year high amid gasoline price fall

HOUSTON - Public transit use in the U.S. jumped to the highest yearly level since 1956 last year, shrugging off a plunge in gasoline prices. Ridership for the year was 10.8 billion, up 1 percent from 2013, according to American Public Transportation Association data released today. Public systems gave 2.7 billion rides from October through…

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