Why not let the free market decide? It's like parking at a football game:
You can park closer for more money, or farther away for less money. The
consumer can decide which is more valuable. If time is more valuable than
money, you can park close by and pay a lot. If money is more valuable than
time, you can park far away for cheap and walk a long ways. Why does a solution
have to be forced upon us?
This is an obvious pander to the tree-hugging, sustainability green agenda of
people that were born in the wrong generation. Typically they want everyone to
use a bicycle or stay home. They forget that vehicles were invented and have
made this country as free and great as about anything else. They would love to
have only horses and buggies to get around. Of course, the liberals
also want higher "taxes, feews, or charges" to fund their angenda.Maybe some of these intolerant free thinkers should come west and take a
long hike on a gravel road and get good and thirsty but not be allowed to travel
in a car to get to water. Perhaps that would give them pause.....but then
again, it probably wouldn't.