Via the Metropolitan Council, today we look at the commuting habits of Minneapolis Residents. Source data is the Census, and the American Community Survey, as well as Met Council forecasting models.
Share of telecommuters has increased over time, but carpool is down from a peak in the 2000 Census. “Other Means” is also up over time.
More than half of Minneapolis residents – 64% in fact – require less than 24 minutes of travel time to work.
Travel time to St. Paul and to the Mall of America has been increasing, with projected continued increase in 2020 and 2030.
The Met Council have these charts for many communities in the seven county metro area.
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