In conjunction with Bike to Work Week, Brendan Murphy gives an update on the Accessibility Observatory’s work measuring access to jobs by bicycle in this guest post.
People are steadily increasing the rates at which they choose to bike to where they need to go, and with that comes the need to focus more intently on whether our road, trail, and path systems do a good job (or not) of getting people on bikes to destinations safely and efficiently.
New research from the Accessibility Observatory at the University of Minnesota ranks the largest metropolitan areas in the United States for accessibility to jobs by transit. New York City came in #1. Minneapolis-St. Paul ranks #13.
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, Accessibility Observatory
, Center for Transportation Studies
, transit and land-use planning
, University of Minnesota
Posted in Economics
, Land use
, Public transit
, Transportation research
, Travel Behavior
, Urban transportation