Promoting the Joys of Carfree Life in the USA
(Since February 2006)
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
The American cities with the most growth in car-free households
The highest rate of vehicle ownership in America occurred in 2007, when the average household owned 2.07 vehicles, according to research by Michael Sivak for the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Recently, the average number of cars per household dipped below 2—at the end of 2012, it was 1.98.
Greater Greater Washington