Lower Gas Prices Provide Little Cheer

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When gas prices soared above $4 per gallon, carpooling, bicycling and the use of public transit increased.

Gas prices have now fallen below $3 in many places, but other concerns are replacing anxiety about prices at the pump.

Matt Sepic reports for member station KWMU.



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