Truthful Tuesday: Public transport

This week Frank’s question is about public transport.
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The Question

If you live somewhere that its essential to own a vehicle for day-to-day living, if public transportation where you live were to suddenly be improved to the point that it became a viable alternative to taking your own vehicle, would you still feel the need to own a vehicle? On the flip side, if you do live where there is decent public transportation, do you still find it necessary to own a vehicle?

I live in the city. We have decent public transport here. We have lots of buses, and loads of taxi’s. We even have a decent train service that goes outside the city to a couple of locations.

I don’t own a vehicle because I cant drive, because I am blind.

If I could drive though, I think I would own one. It would definitely save me a fortune on taxi fares, as I use taxi’s a lot of the time to get around.

There is only a spiradic bus route in my part of the city, and the buses only come once an hour, so taxi’s are just easier all around if I want to go somewhere.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “Truthful Tuesday: Public transport”

      1. That sounds really nice. But I wouldn’t like to live in Australia because I’m afraid of all the poisonous spiders and other creatures that might be over there ha ha ha I’m such a wimp 😀😁

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