Who Drives The Most?

Robert Dunphy, ULI's transportation expert, comments on who drives the most and the least among large U.S. metropolitan regions.
March 13, 2002, 5am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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According to the latest Highway Statistics 2000, recently released from the Federal Highway Administration, the gold medal belongs to residents of Houston, who logged an average of 37 miles of driving daily for each man, woman, and child, followed closely by Atlanta, with 34. Other large urban areas in the road warrior category (in descending order) were Indianapolis, (32) Dallas—Fort Worth (31), Austin (31), Charlotte (30), San Antonio (29), Kansas City (29), St. Louis (29), and Jacksonville (28).

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Published on Monday, March 11, 2002 in Urban Land Institute
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