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Anybody Want a Ride?

Gas prices are through the roof, and green living is all the rage. Yet Bostonians still can't bring themselves to carpool. Why a simple lifestyle change just isn't catching on.

By Alison Lobron
July 20, 2008

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IT IS 5 P.M. ON A Monday, and in Government Center, everyone but Carol Lavallee seems to be on a solo mission. Men and women in business suits yammer into cellphones without so much as a glance at anyone else on the sidewalk. Mammoth SUVs, most carrying only a driver, chug through the narrow cow-path streets. Amid all this single-mindedness, ... (Full article: 3523 words)

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