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2000-2010: Changes in Transit, Walk and Bike Commute Shares

Text version Western US Map Highest Bike Share increases between the Year of 2000 and 2006-2010

Aregional bike share map for the Western United States from Colorado to the Pacific Ocean. This map, similar to map #7, is showing counties with highest bike share increases between the year 2000 and years 2006-2010. CTPP2000 bike share, ACS2006-2010 bike share and percent share change are displayed.

As seen in the regional map, the bike share for Whatcom County, Washington, shows a bike share in 2000 of 1.3%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 2.2%, an increment of 0.9%. The bike share for Thurston County, Washington, shows a bike share in 2000 of 0.7%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 1.4%, an increment of 0.7%. The bike share for Multnomah County, Oregon, shows a bike share in 2000 of 1.5%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 4.5%, an increment of 3.0%. The bike share for Benton County, Oregon, shows a bike share in 2000 of 4.8%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 6.5%, an increment of 1.7%. The bike share for Lane County, Oregon, shows a bike share in 2000 of 3.0%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 4.3%, an increment of 1.3%. The bike share for Linn County, Oregon, shows a bike share in 2000 of 0.3%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 1.3%, an increment of 1.0%. The bike share for Humboldt County, California, shows a bike share in 2000 of 1.7%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 2.8%, an increment of 1.1%. The bike share for San Francisco County, California, shows a bike share in 2000 of 2.0%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 3.0%, an increment of 1.0%. The bike share for Santa Cruz County, California, shows a bike share in 2000 of 2.0%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 2.9%, an increment of 0.9%. The bike share for San Luis Obispo County, California, shows a bike share in 2000 of 1.3%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 2.0%, an increment of 0.7%. The bike share for Santa Barbara County, California, shows a bike share in 2000 of 2.7%, which increases in 2006-2010 ACS data to 3.6%, an increment of 0.9%. The bike share for Ada County, Idaho, shows a bike share in 2000 of 1.2%, which

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