Ha! In my case, that would be college vs. the hours I snuck in learning HTML when I worked at United Way. 🙂
"The truth is that less than 3 percent of the region's total transportation funds are spent on bicycle and pedestrian projects and programs, while 37 percent of the region's population — the old, the young, the disabled, the poor and those who don't own cars — cannot or does not drive." Also noted: local roads are paid for not by gas taxes, but by sales/property tax.