REUTERS/Seth Wenig - Cars squeeze into any space as they try to get though Time Square in new York City.
Blog Post | Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative
Many metro areas stuck in neutral according to new Census commute data
September 18, 2015,
While 2.9 million more commuters hit the roads, rails, and bike paths in 2014, most areas remain stuck in neutral when it comes to the actual transportation modes and facilities used. That’s the story, at least, when comparing the newest Census data in the 2014 American Community Survey to 2013.