Sunday, March 23, 2008

Why rising gas prices will hurt Jersey less

It may come as small comfort to residents of the Garden State, but steadily rising gas prices will have less of an effect in New Jersey than elsewhere in America.

That's what the smart-growth organization, New Jersey Future, tells us in their most recent issue of Future Facts.

For the first time in years, they say, the statistics indicate that Americans are buying less gasoline and driving fewer miles. But gas prices are likely to continue to rise.

So, why are New Jerseyans likely to suffer less?

Check out Future Facts for the group's answer.

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