Despite the ominous dark and windy weather many came to view what had to be one of the longest displays of alternative vehicles at one time in one place in our area. Thanks to the Democrat and Chronicle for advance notice on this project to show the public what vehicles future possible alternatives to gasoline vehicles there are now available.
And thanks to the many who braved the weather and donated their time to bring their own or their organization’s vehicles to RIT, our host, this program was a great success. Change in how we get around and we develop our communities (people first, vehicles not first) is coming. And, many got a glimpse of something new under the hood.
'Green' vehicles can be viewed today | democratandchronicle.com | Democrat and Chronicle Co-sponsored by Rochester Institute of Technology and the Center for Environmental Information, the fair is intended to suggest new modes of short-distance transportation as gasoline prices fluctuate and concern grows about environmental and climate problems. "We want to give the public an idea what the choices are in the future," said Frank Regan, chairman of the environmental center's alternative transportation committee. (May 8, 2010) Democratandchronicle.com | Democrat and Chronicle | Rochester news, community, entertainment, yellow pages and classifieds. Serving Rochester, New York