Well, if you so insist, I can give you a list :
-I pay 40% less than my car driving peers who take their cars to uni and work, given the distance of my commute, while their only benefit is getting there 10 to 15 minutes faster than me given pristine traffic, AKA almost never.
-When traffic is hell, we get there at about the same time, sometimes I arrive before them, since, though buses is subject to traffic, trains aren't, which is why I'd rather have rail all the way instead of buses.
-The 40% less figure is taking into account only the gasoline prices of the stations they regularly attend, using the average consumption of the cars of 7 of my friends and my parent's cars. I do pay more compared to motorcycles or the car of that one friend who has an Uno that runs on ethanol, but I do like mini cages anyways and I'm saving up for one. Motorcycles are cool too.
-Seeing how that figure only takes into account gas prices, I actually pay even less due to car taxes, maintenance costs, oil changes, tyres and the such. I pay even less so for distances greater than my usual commute distance since the buses and trains here have a flat rate. Going to my friend's house, about 30km away from here, I pay the same as I do to go to uni, which is about 9km from here by car and 12km by transit. Car drivers will pay thrice as much, maybe more because they wouldn't be able to take the expressway.
-I don't have to go to the gas station and face the line there like every week or two, all I need to do is put money into my transit card every month or so, which I can do online. Until they can magically send you gasoline online or deliver it to your doorstep, I'd say that's a massive quality-of-life improvement over cars, though I suppose EVs bypass that.
-I can do stuff while on the move. I take my time in the bus to study, read a book, shitpost or sleep.
This good enough ? I'd keep going, but I'm getting close to the character limit, so yeah.