Young People Are Driving Less and Explaining Why | Transportation Nation: "According to a new study, co-authored by Tony Dutzik and Benjamin Davis of the Frontier Group, 16- to 34-year-olds without driver’s licenses rose to 26 percent in 2010 from 21 percent a decade earlier. Younger drivers are driving almost a quarter fewer miles than they used to. At the same time, biking, walking, and other driving alternatives rose among young people in the past decade.
We asked our younger listeners to tell us if they’re driving less and, if so, why.
The top reason was the cost of the gas, as well as the cost of cars."
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