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People more likely to use public transportation with high gas prices

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Even though the price of gasoline has fallen recently, there’s still pain at the pump when you fill-up. Florida’s 89 point one WUFT-FM’s Joe Lancos reports on one way Gainesville residents can save a little and still get to where they need to go:

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