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Travel Patterns of People of Color
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    This report develops a body of literature on travel by people of color, to better understand how Americans of all ethnic backgrounds are using our transportation systems today and to generate ideas to improve transportation mobility. The majority of the data used in these papers is from the Nationwide Personal Transportation Survey (NPTS) and the U.S. decennial Census. The report is a compilation of seven separate papers, each with its own specific focus and point of view. The topics include race, inequality, and travel patterns; demographics; commuting; residential location; mode choice; and gender differences. The papers, and their authors, contained in this work are: Race, Inequality and Travel Patterns, by A. Valenzuela, Jr.; Demographics of People of Color, by S.E. Polzin, X. Chu, and J.R. Rey; Work-Related Travel Patterns of People of Color, by R. Krovi and C. Barnes; Work, Automobility, and Commuting, by N. McGuckin; Residential Location Differences in People of Color, by G. Giuliano; Mode Choice by People of Color for Non-Work Travel, by X. Chu, S.E. Polzin, J.R. Rey, and E.T. Hill; and Variations in Metropolitan Travel Behavior by Sex and Ethnicity, by D.G. Doyle and B.D. Taylor. 266 p.
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