Mobility

Cars still dominate the American commute

More than two thirds of American commuters use their own car to move between home and work, a new survey finds. Image: Unsplash/ Alexander Popov

Felix Richter

Data Journalist, Statista

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Own cars have over 75% of the share of American commute. Image: Statista
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