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Journey to Work: 2000: Census 2000 Brief
Clara Reschovsky (au)
Among the 128.3 million workers in the U.S. in 2000, 76% drove alone to work. In addition, 12% carpooled, 4.7 used public transportation, 3.3% worked at home, 2.9% walked to work, and 1.2% used other means (including motorcycle or bicycle). This report, one of a series that presents population and housing data collected during Census 2000, provides information on the place-of-work and journey-to-work characteristics of workers 16 years and over who were employed and at work during the reference week. Data are shown for the U.S., regions, states, counties, and metropolitan areas. Charts and tables.
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