This is an email I just got. Riveting stuff.
I’m writing to let you know about a new report from CoPilot looking at the U.S. states and cities with the most and fewest cars per person. As more Americans begin to work from home more consistently and do more of their shopping online, the dependency on cars has waned in recent years. Researchers ranked states according to the number of vehicles per person aged 16 and over and included each location’s percentage of workers who drive to work as well as the mean commute time per week.
In Connecticut, 85.9% of workers drive to work, spending an average of 4.5 hours of commute time per week. In total, there are 0.84 vehicles per person in Connecticut, compared to the national average of 0.85. Out of all U.S. states, Connecticut has the 12th fewest cars per person.
Below you’ll find a summary of the analysis with more data for Connecticut—please feel free to republish or use the findings in your own write-up. If you choose to use the analysis, please link to the original report, which includes a table with data on more than 300 cities and all 50 states: https://www.copilotsearch.com/posts/cities-with-the-most-cars/
If you have any questions about the analysis or need additional information, please don’t hesitate to reach out.