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NT-4. Number of Weekday Workers by Chain Type

 19952001Numeric Change
1995-2001
Percent Change
1995 - 2001
Number of Weekday Workers68,760,00068,990,000230,0000.30%
Made Direct Trips31,290,00031,660,000370,0001.20%
Stopped for more than 30 minutes20,193,95518,487,330 -1,706,625-9.20%
Chained Work Trips17,276,04518,842,6701,566,6259.10%
Chain Home-Work Only5,929,2377,158,8441,229,60720.70%
Chain Work-Home Only7,762,9567,659,436-103,520-1.30%
Chain Both3,583,8524,024,390440,53812.30%

Base: “Trip Chaining Trends in the US-Understanding Travel Behavior for Policy Making”, McGuckin, N., Zmud, J. and Nakamoto, Y. Transportation Research Record, 2005

NT-4. Distances Traveled for Work and Non-Work Trips, 2001

NT-4. Distances Traveled for Work and Non-Work Trips, 2001
 
 
Weekday TripsPercent of all trips
DistanceWorkNon-work
< 1 Mile8.818.9
1 - <315.024.0
3 - <619.922.2
6 - <1015.412.2
10 - <127.14.8
12 - <156.73.6
15 - <208.94.5
20 +18.39.8
 

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