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In the more livable modern cities of the world, you are now less likely to see (Points : 5) parking lots. automobiles. highways. parking lots, automobiles, and
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In the more livable modern cities of the world, you are now less likely to see (d) parking lots, automobiles and highways
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User: In the more livable modern cities of the world, you are now less likely to see (Points : 5) parking lots. automobiles. highways. parking lots, automobiles, and highways.

Weegy: In the more livable modern cities of the world, you are now less likely to see (d) parking lots, automobiles and highways
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User: The choices to live in ever-expanding suburbs, despite the costs to society and the environment, reflects a choice that places greater value on (Points : 5) common good over personal good. personal good over common good. resource services over environmental services. environmental services over human services.

Weegy: resource services over environmental services.
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User: One of the most common ways that modern cities have become more livable is by (Points : 5) shifting emphasis from personal automobiles to public transportation. decreasing the density of the population throughout the cities. eliminating all city taxes and instead relying upon federal aid. requiring all citizens to perform monthly community service.

Weegy: The answer would be "shifting emphasis from personal automobiles to public transportation".
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User: The most important limiting factor for most commuters is (Points : 5) the distance to their job. the time it takes to drive to their job. the cost of transportation to get to their job. the health risks associated with getting to their job.

Weegy: the time it takes to drive to their job.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2343|

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Over the past 50 years, as the population of the United States doubled, the demand for petroleum products (Points : 5) declined. stayed about the same, cutting in half the per capita consumption. doubled too. tripled.
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