Human Transit blog

“An article on the Human Transit blog looks at the three common factors that determine which cities in the United States have a lower rate of car-ownership. The author, public transit planning consultant Jarrett Walker, notes that different areas of cities may have different rates of car ownership and that it can be difficult to gain an actual picture of what is going on based on city-wide statistics. However, even with this caveat, three major factors can be determined in car-ownership rates: high rates of poverty, dominate universities, and the age when the majority of the city was built out.” — Smart Growth Network

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