2019 American Community Survey 1-Year Mode Share Estimates by Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Areas

Each year, the Census Bureau releases mode split information obtained through the American Community Survey.  Best Workplaces for Commuters has complied a document containing estimates of total workers, mode shares, and average commute times, and columns showing statistical significance by comparing 2019 with 2015 to 2018. According to the US Census, “Each metropolitan statistical area must have at least one

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Teleworking during Emergencies

Without a telework program during an emergency, an organization may need to act fast.  This presentation has been prepared to help you consider and prioritize what your organization needs to do to prepare an emergency telework program to respond to imminent conditions that will disrupt normal work processes.  Sources and links for further reading are provided. View Presentation

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2018 American Community Survey 1-Year Mode Split Estimates by County

Each year, the Census Bureau releases mode split information obtained through the American Community Survey.  Best Workplaces for Commuters has complied a document containing this data as a series of tables, including estimates of total workers, and columns showing statistical significance by comparing 2018 with 2014 to 2017. About 840 counties are grouped by state and listed alphabetically. Download your

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What share of commuters in your area carpool or use transit?

In mid-September, the Census Bureau released the results of the 2013 American Community Survey.  We have extracted the mode split and average commute time information for 373 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). The summary shows the 2013 estimates but also compares changes between 2013 vs. 2012, 2013 vs. 2011, 2013 vs. 2010 and 2013 vs. 2009; noting whether the change between those

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