Carpooling; public transit; driving less generally.
Making gradual changes to the way we move as a nation. If more than .55 percent of the population commuted by bike everyday, or at least for smaller trips (less than two miles), not only would we lessen the amount of cars on the road, but traffic congestion would be greatly relieved as would oil consumption.
As rigibson said, both carpooling and utilizing public transit are excellent options for reducing cars on the road, but neither offers the freedom and range of environmental benefits that cycling does. This is not to say that carpooling and public transit are not beneficial environmentally, but abstinence from fossil fuel is a bigger step than simply reduction of petroleum use.
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