How is a graphic showing me that bigger cities have more jobs for people to access "The Carless Commute Ranking to End All Carless Commute Rankings"? Shouldn't this be more in a per capita basis than a strict job number basis? Because it it were, I'm sure cities like Portland would rank higher than Denver and especially LA.
I would bet the difference in that correlation would come down to transit systems based mainly on rail to those based mainly on buses like Denver and LA.
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