We're being urged to change our driving habits, as high gas prices continue to pinch our pocketbooks.
At some point, the public will have to come to grips with expensive gas and how it affects our lives. That from Steve Hiniker of 1,000 Friends of Wisconsin, which advocates the increased use of mass transit systems over automobiles.
High gas prices or not, Hiniker says people are still driving. He says some people are making different choices as the cost to fill up increases, but for the most part driving behaviors remain unchanged.
Hiniker realizes we're not going to abandon our cars overnight because of high prices. However, he says society needs to look at mass transit more to reduce the reliance on personal vehicles.