Chart 1. In the USA in 2019, car-free, car-one singles, and car-two+ households increased, families with one car declined.

Transportation Lifestyles: Lessons for the Future from 2006–2019

Chart 2. Percentage car-free, car-one families, car-one singles and car-two+ households in USA, CA, FL, NY, OH, TX, and WA.
Chart 3. Annual Increase in Household Formation in the United States, 2007–2019.
Table 1. Increases in car-free households broken down by households with workers, singles, age, and housing tenure.
Table 2. NY had the greatest increase in car-free living followed by CA, TX, OR, IL, WI, MD, GA, WA, and NJ.
Chart 3. Washington, 2019: car-free households and car-one singles up; car-one families and car-two+ households same as 2018.
Chart 4. California, 2019: car-free, car-one singles, and car-two+ households increased; families with one car declined.
Chart 5. Texas, 2019: car-free, car-one singles, and car-two+ households increased; families with one car declined.
Chart 6. Florida, 2019: car-free and car-two+ households increased; singles with one car and families with one car declined.
Chart 7. New York, 2019: car-free, car-one singles, and car-two+ households increased; families with one car declined.
Chart 8. Ohio, 2019, families with one car, car-one singles, and car-two+ households increased; car-free households declined.
Table 3: FL (38.9%) has the largest percentage of one-car households, followed by LA, RI, VT, IL, MA, DE, MI, NV, and PA.

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Sarah Jo Peterson

Sarah Jo Peterson

Urban planner and historian. Planning and History face in opposite directions, but they pull in the same direction.