KIP

This project produced a series of graphs that compared the distribution of ratios for car-to-transit job accessibility in American cities. The graphs include mean and median lines for the three analyses, which compare distributions across 10, 30, and 50-minute travel time intervals. A high car-to-transit job accessibility ratio means that car-travelers in that city have a considerable advantage over a transit rider with regard to job accessibility.

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Dec 2017