In 2008, Southern Californians turned to trains, light rail, carpools, motorcycles and bikes to avoid high gas prices. Now, gas is again over $4 a gallon in many locations. Did your gas-saving behavior changes stay with you?
How are you responding to these higher prices? Are you driving less, or planning to buy a more efficient vehicle? Will you be a one-car family? Is public transit an alternative that is working for you? Are you more comfortable seeing $4 gas today than you were the last time?
KPCC's reporters and talk shows are looking for examples of how Southern Californians are coping with high gas prices. Share your story and help shape the news you hear. We're also collecting your Tweets about $4 gas. Look for that Twitter box at the end.