Thursday, November 12, 2009

Are Cars Going Extinct?

What's the future of personal transportation? A big chunk of the federal stimulus plan supports the building, repair and expansion of roads at the same time climate scientists tell us fossil-fueled cars are pushing us more quickly toward catastrophe. Are we at a point where personal transportation might come into question? What does your car mean to you? And what would it take for you to pull it off the road for good?

Join us live at 11 or drop us an email at What's the future of the car? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

Patricia Monahan, director of the California office of the Union of Concerned Scientists and deputy director for the Clean Vehicles program.

Carli Paine, transportation director for Transform

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