When I was a kid, I grew up in a subdivision in Clinton Township, Michigan (a northern suburb of Detroit). Despite being part of the urban sprawl that is the greater metro United States, this neighborhood was about as non-walkable as could be. There were (and still aren’t) any sidewalks, many of the houses were set fairly […]
Public transit use is up and the number of miles driven each year is down if you’re part of the new generation that seems to be rejecting the ideals of their parents. For them, the car no longer represents freedom. This infographic shows us what’s going on.
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