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Community & Transportation Preferences Survey: U.S. Metro Areas, 2017
The 2017 Community and Transportation Preferences Survey echoes many of the major findings from the previous surveys. Residents in the fifty top metropolitan areas continue to be split on what they look for in a neighborhood. A small majority prefer the idea of a walkable community and more alternatives to driving, but suburban living remains highly attractive to a sizable portion of the community.
Not just Millennials want to live in walkable communities.
The more a community is walkable, the more residents are satisfied.
More than half of respondents want a walkable commute even if it means living in an attached home.
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