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In Defense of the Auto
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Colin Kingsbury thinks cars have gotten a bad rap. Boston is home to the country's first train system, a robust bus network and the Hubway bike system, not to mention paths and sidewalks for walks and jogs. With all the talk about fare hikes and service cuts and the future of transit in the Hub, Kingsbury believes we should reconsider our auto aversion. There's no quicker way to get across town, no greater freedom than hopping in the car and burning down Boston's thoroughfares. Colin Kingsbury joins us to talk about it.

Watch this video of a car cruise - back in the day - through Boston. 

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  Colin Kingsbury is a writer and entrepreur. His recent piece for Boston Magazine, in defense of cars, is called "Hell Yeah, I Love My Car."

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