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Dear future generation,

I hope by 2050 the future generations are in a better transportation environment. The world doesn’t have to much people driving. I am hoping bart and the buses have expanded by then. We have been trying to make a better rotation in 2018 for commuting. I hope your generation isn’t dealing with traffic. I dream that you can see the weathers how they are actually suppose to be not during climate change.

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