Typically, we see LOS and VMT charts done nationally. Here, you can compare how these rates changed by state:
The Washington Post piece has a bunch of other charts on VMT vs. GDP which make for some interesting food for thoughts. Here’s the takeaway:
Over the 2000s, 30 other states in this data no longer appeared to have any significant relationship between VMT and GDP. Why? One potential explanation is that our economy is increasingly powered by sectors, like tech, that rely less on transportation. Or maybe we’re interested in spending our wealth in different ways today.
This has nothing to do with LOS. I think you meant VMT instead.
sorry i LOS’d it