What impact do rising gas prices have on urban life?
A recent PBS report has some interesting data. For instance, "a recent analysis form Deutsche Bank finds that every penny increase in average gas prices at the pump in the United States equals $1.4 billion siphoned out of the US economy. But a lot of the real pain depends on where you live, what stage of the "recovery" your community is experiencing and your driving habits." How have rising gas prices affected your life?