These 50 areas have the highest percentages of workers over 16 years old who take public transportation, carpool, walk or bike to work. See where D.C., Baltimore and other area communities rank.
The analysts at FindTheHome wanted to examine this ride-sharing trend and find the carpool capitals of the U.S.
A Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments study finds that more commuters will carpool to work because traffic is projected to increase 70 percent by 2040. But transportation officials argue a more robust Metro system could help mitigate the traffic.
Drivers may soon have to ask themselves if they
are willing to pay a toll or join a carpool to
get to work faster.
Commuter Connections saw a 20 percent increase in applications last year.