Commute Ratios

Commute Ratios
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 21 april 2008

In an article on the rapid consumption of oil by Americans in the New York Times, they produce this rather interesting info-graphic. Probably the most striking point is that for every American who bikes to work, five commuters walk to work, nine take public transit, twenty one ride in car pools and one hundred and fifty four drive to work alone.

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