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Alternative modes of transportation has experienced rapid growth among young people in U.S. in the last 8 years, according to a recent research of Frontier Group. Between 2001 and 2010, bicycle use incresed 24%, 40% for buses and 16% chose walking over any other ways of transportation. According to the National Household Travel Survey, from 2001 to 2009, the annual number of vehicle-miles traveled by young people (16 to 34-year-olds) decreased from 10,300 miles to 7,900 miles per capita – a drop of 23 percent.
Young’s transportation priorities are very different from older generations: they prefer to live in walkable neighbourhoods with easy access to their routine activities. reflecting the environmental concerns of this younger generation.
Photos: Bike New York
From: Ciclo Vivo.
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