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Where We Ride: Analysis of Bicycling in American Cities

Posted by Content Coordinator on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

THE LEAGUE OF AMERICAN BICYCLISTS

What’s the Best Community in America for Bike Commuting?

Each year, the U.S. Census Bureau studies Americans’ commuting habits, including how many people commute by bike. While commuting is only part of the bicycling story, the American Community Survey is a valuable insight into changing commuting patterns and transportation choices. Each year, the League of American Bicyclists digs into the data to assess the state of bicycling in cities across the country – to try and answer the age-old questions of what is the best community in America for bike commuting, and how does my community compare to the best?

Here are your answers. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

50 States Ranked by Mode Share The Most Bicyclists

 

Download full version (PDF): Where We Ride

About League of American Bicyclists
www.bikeleague.org
“The League began as the League of American Wheelmen (LAW) in 1880, and was responsible for defending the rights of cyclists from its start. The League of American Wheelmen is credited with getting paved roads in this country before the reign of the automobile.”

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