Driving Alone to Work

Driving alone to work can increase traffic and serves as an indicator of the amount of resources that a given community has access to, which can be a significant barrier to economic agility. Driving alone to work is also a significant driver of negative environmental impacts.

Peer City Perspective

Louisville currently ranks 10th among its peer cities in percentage of people driving alone to work with approximately 82% of people driving alone to work.

Louisville is in the middle tier of its peer group according to a natural breaks algorithm. Cities in green are those that outperform their peers, cities in yellow represent the middle cluster, and those in red are a group that lags behind its peers on this indicator.