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					Means of Transportation to Work, United States
2005 American Community Survey NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology. United States Estimate Margin of Error 133,091,043 +/-117,391 116,658,693 +/-118,617 102,458,267 +/-123,290 14,200,426 +/-73,423 10,980,950 +/-65,959 1,911,054 +/-27,717 693,214 +/-18,241 340,448 +/-13,844 274,760 +/-10,696 6,202,014 +/-44,268 3,357,834 +/-37,093 83,291 +/-5,572 2,026,294 +/-25,929 690,727 +/-12,937 43,868 +/-4,249 175,691 +/-9,453 248,074 +/-8,802 534,896 +/-12,317 3,291,401 +/-34,086 1,184,096 +/-24,723 4,796,178 +/-32,730 72,059,758 +/-86,208 63,291,230 +/-79,518 55,272,779 +/-89,375 8,018,451 +/-54,999 6,034,053 +/-45,735 1,121,901 +/-21,884 448,397 +/-14,838 235,894 +/-11,504 178,206 +/-9,734 3,061,744 +/-30,464 1,537,662 +/-22,340 43,960 +/-4,109 1,048,528 +/-18,410 404,171 +/-10,465 27,423 +/-3,190 78,363 +/-6,520 229,042 +/-8,009 418,971 +/-11,141 1,814,979 +/-28,130 768,497 +/-19,779 2,396,932 +/-24,939 61,031,285 +/-88,873 53,367,463 +/-88,673 47,185,488 +/-84,012 6,181,975 +/-47,664 4,946,897 +/-43,266 789,153 +/-14,220 244,817 +/-8,911 104,554 +/-7,553 96,554 +/-4,828 3,140,270 +/-34,370 1,820,172 +/-27,060 39,331 977,766 286,556 +/-3,300 +/-16,571 +/-8,328

Total: Car, truck, or van: Drove alone Carpooled: In 2-person carpool In 3-person carpool In 4-person carpool In 5- or 6-person carpool In 7-or-more-person carpool Public transportation (excluding taxicab): Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Male: Car, truck, or van: Drove alone Carpooled: In 2-person carpool In 3-person carpool In 4-person carpool In 5- or 6-person carpool In 7-or-more-person carpool Public transportation (excluding taxicab): Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Female: Car, truck, or van: Drove alone Carpooled: In 2-person carpool In 3-person carpool In 4-person carpool In 5- or 6-person carpool In 7-or-more-person carpool Public transportation (excluding taxicab): Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) Subway or elevated Railroad

Estimate Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home 16,445 97,328 19,032 115,925 1,476,422 415,599 2,399,246

Margin of Error +/-2,385 +/-6,271 +/-2,270 +/-5,507 +/-23,401 +/-12,429 +/-23,188

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables. Workers include members of the Armed Forces and civilians who were at work last week.

Public Transportation Use in the 50 Cities with The Most Workers Age 16 and Over, by Percentage
2005 American Community Survey

NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology.

Workers 16+

Margin of Error (+/-) Public Trans.

Margin of Error (+/-) Percentage

New York city, New York 3,429,194 Washington city, District of Columbia 249,865 San Francisco city, California 381,922 Boston city, Massachusetts 253,201 Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania 537,233 Chicago city, Illinois 1,162,550 Baltimore city, Maryland 254,908 Seattle city, Washington 301,704 Oakland city, California 164,169 Portland city, Oregon 257,510 Minneapolis city, Minnesota 189,294 New Orleans city, Louisiana 177,351 Atlanta city, Georgia 186,756 Los Angeles city, California 1,662,238 Honolulu CDP, Hawaii 173,656 Long Beach city, California 208,887 Milwaukee city, Wisconsin 224,682 Detroit city, Michigan 265,852 Denver city, Colorado 270,025 Houston city, Texas 875,252 Austin city, Texas 354,416 Dallas city, Texas 533,371 Sacramento city, California 188,563 San Diego city, California 578,631 Phoenix city, Arizona 662,242 Las Vegas city, Nevada 252,002 Charlotte city, North Carolina 298,601 Tucson city, Arizona 233,526 Louisville/Jefferson County (balance), Kentucky 246,966 San Jose city, California 402,253 Columbus city, Ohio 336,964 San Antonio city, Texas 527,381 Kansas City city, Missouri 216,029 El Paso city, Texas 218,722 Memphis city, Tennessee 279,091 Fresno city, California 185,725 Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana 355,764 Omaha city, Nebraska 186,556 Mesa city, Arizona 196,731 Jacksonville city, Florida 354,269 Albuquerque city, New Mexico 238,207 Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee 257,236 Raleigh city, North Carolina 172,116 Colorado Springs city, Colorado 184,534 Fort Worth city, Texas 276,213 Tulsa city, Oklahoma 175,483 Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma 243,149 Virginia Beach city, Virginia 220,174 Wichita city, Kansas 167,277 Arlington city, Texas 167,452

+/-21,286 +/-4,239 +/-4,841 +/-7,348 +/-10,042 +/-20,986 +/-6,076 +/-8,477 +/-7,816 +/-6,611 +/-6,466 +/-6,159 +/-8,433 +/-28,414 +/-6,745 +/-10,802 +/-6,894 +/-8,097 +/-4,774 +/-16,909 +/-8,519 +/-13,716 +/-8,931 +/-15,363 +/-14,429 +/-9,725 +/-7,005 +/-6,511 +/-5,836 +/-10,702 +/-6,918 +/-9,551 +/-6,247 +/-6,559 +/-7,123 +/-9,489 +/-6,425 +/-4,864 +/-9,001 +/-7,013 +/-6,364 +/-5,018 +/-6,486 +/-6,247 +/-9,107 +/-5,289 +/-7,236 +/-4,139 +/-4,658 +/-8,373

1873298 94260 124738 80141 139247 293703 48252 51259 27114 34195 23597 21689 21825 171639 17425 18547 17051 18996 16266 44295 17557 23180 6865 20458 22782 8335 9860 7593 7863 12703 9885 15058 6050 5821 6886 3342 6324 3234 3369 5805 3896 3558 2254 2047 2960 1801 2358 1191 877 673

+/-20,268 +/-4,338 +/-5,719 +/-5,468 +/-7,602 +/-11,036 +/-4,144 +/-3,955 +/-3,832 +/-2,889 +/-3,072 +/-3,952 +/-3,159 +/-10,833 +/-2,308 +/-3,813 +/-2,340 +/-3,036 +/-2,242 +/-4,308 +/-3,889 +/-2,803 +/-1,318 +/-2,963 +/-3,278 +/-2,017 +/-1,815 +/-1,671 +/-1,648 +/-2,337 +/-1,343 +/-3,831 +/-1,429 +/-1,789 +/-1,453 +/-1,270 +/-1,815 +/-861 +/-1,236 +/-1,428 +/-1,340 +/-961 +/-1,043 +/-962 +/-1,098 +/-1,044 +/-933 +/-625 +/-454 +/-413

54.6% 37.7% 32.7% 31.7% 25.9% 25.3% 18.9% 17.0% 16.5% 13.3% 12.5% 12.2% 11.7% 10.3% 10.0% 8.9% 7.6% 7.1% 6.0% 5.1% 5.0% 4.3% 3.6% 3.5% 3.4% 3.3% 3.3% 3.3% 3.2% 3.2% 2.9% 2.9% 2.8% 2.7% 2.5% 1.8% 1.8% 1.7% 1.7% 1.6% 1.6% 1.4% 1.3% 1.1% 1.1% 1.0% 1.0% 0.5% 0.5% 0.4%

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables.

Walk to Work, 50 Cities with The Most Workers Age 16 and Over, by Percentage
2005 American Community Survey

NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology.

Workers 16+ Boston city, Massachusetts 253,201 Washington city, District of Columbia 249,865 San Francisco city, California 381,922 New York city, New York 3,429,194 Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania 537,233 Honolulu CDP, Hawaii 173,656 Seattle city, Washington 301,704 Minneapolis city, Minnesota 189,294 Chicago city, Illinois 1,162,550 Baltimore city, Maryland 254,908 Denver city, Colorado 270,025 Portland city, Oregon 257,510 Milwaukee city, Wisconsin 224,682 New Orleans city, Louisiana 177,351 Sacramento city, California 188,563 Atlanta city, Georgia 186,756 Los Angeles city, California 1,662,238 Tucson city, Arizona 233,526 Oakland city, California 164,169 Detroit city, Michigan 265,852 Colorado Springs city, Colorado 184,534 Kansas City city, Missouri 216,029 Albuquerque city, New Mexico 238,207 Omaha city, Nebraska 186,556 Mesa city, Arizona 196,731 El Paso city, Texas 218,722 Memphis city, Tennessee 279,091 Tulsa city, Oklahoma 175,483 Wichita city, Kansas 167,277 San Diego city, California 578,631 Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana 355,764 Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee 257,236 Houston city, Texas 875,252 Jacksonville city, Florida 354,269 Dallas city, Texas 533,371 Long Beach city, California 208,887 Las Vegas city, Nevada 252,002 Austin city, Texas 354,416 Raleigh city, North Carolina 172,116 Fresno city, California 185,725 Columbus city, Ohio 336,964 Phoenix city, Arizona 662,242 Charlotte city, North Carolina 298,601 Virginia Beach city, Virginia 220,174 San Jose city, California 402,253 San Antonio city, Texas 527,381 Louisville/Jefferson County (balance), Kentucky 246,966 Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma 243,149 Fort Worth city, Texas 276,213 Arlington city, Texas 167,452

Margin of Error (+/-) Walk to Work +/-7,348 31,769 +/-4,239 24,905 +/-4,841 36,629 +/-21,286 323,712 +/-10,042 43,259 +/-6,745 12,004 +/-8,477 20,737 +/-6,466 11,004 +/-20,986 63,580 +/-6,076 13,819 +/-4,774 12,967 +/-6,611 11,076 +/-6,894 9,586 +/-6,159 7,479 +/-8,931 6,905 +/-8,433 6,068 +/-28,414 52,416 +/-6,511 7,256 +/-7,816 4,898 +/-8,097 6,759 +/-6,247 4,661 +/-6,247 4,796 +/-6,364 5,173 +/-4,864 3,952 +/-9,001 4,083 +/-6,559 4,531 +/-7,123 5,508 +/-5,289 3,440 +/-4,658 3,170 +/-15,363 10,938 +/-6,425 6,722 +/-5,018 4,815 +/-16,909 16,357 +/-7,013 6,545 +/-13,716 9,675 +/-10,802 3,766 +/-9,725 4,541 +/-8,519 6,374 +/-6,486 2,913 +/-9,489 3,094 +/-6,918 5,528 +/-14,429 10,730 +/-7,005 4,762 +/-4,139 3,429 +/-10,702 6,131 +/-9,551 7,873 +/-5,836 3,426 +/-7,236 3,316 +/-9,107 3,004 +/-8,373 1,425

Margin of Error Percentage +/-4,214 12.5% +/-2,353 10.0% +/-3,192 9.6% +/-12,319 9.4% +/-4,475 8.1% +/-1,983 6.9% +/-2,549 6.9% +/-2,168 5.8% +/-6,179 5.5% +/-2,369 5.4% +/-2,101 4.8% +/-1,779 4.3% +/-2,150 4.3% +/-2,259 4.2% +/-2,132 3.7% +/-1,373 3.2% +/-6,121 3.2% +/-1,536 3.1% +/-1,311 3.0% +/-1,820 2.5% +/-1,346 2.5% +/-1,461 2.2% +/-1,490 2.2% +/-1,175 2.1% +/-1,771 2.1% +/-1,574 2.1% +/-1,990 2.0% +/-1,233 2.0% +/-1,018 1.9% +/-1,784 1.9% +/-1,904 1.9% +/-1,392 1.9% +/-2,062 1.9% +/-2,155 1.8% +/-1,892 1.8% +/-1,188 1.8% +/-1,222 1.8% +/-1,615 1.8% +/-1,015 1.7% +/-1,046 1.7% +/-1,207 1.6% +/-2,257 1.6% +/-1,288 1.6% +/-1,293 1.6% +/-1,494 1.5% +/-1,914 1.5% +/-1,307 1.4% +/-1,439 1.4% +/-1,008 1.1% +/-563 0.9%

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables.

Work at Home, 50 Cities with The Most Workers Age 16 and Over, by Percentage
2005 American Community Survey

NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology.

Workers 16+ San Francisco city, California 381,922 Portland city, Oregon 257,510 Seattle city, Washington 301,704 Austin city, Texas 354,416 Colorado Springs city, Colorado 184,534 Atlanta city, Georgia 186,756 Los Angeles city, California 1,662,238 Denver city, Colorado 270,025 San Diego city, California 578,631 Washington city, District of Columbia 249,865 Sacramento city, California 188,563 Oakland city, California 164,169 Charlotte city, North Carolina 298,601 Long Beach city, California 208,887 Raleigh city, North Carolina 172,116 Mesa city, Arizona 196,731 Fresno city, California 185,725 New Orleans city, Louisiana 177,351 Albuquerque city, New Mexico 238,207 New York city, New York 3,429,194 Honolulu CDP, Hawaii 173,656 Tucson city, Arizona 233,526 Kansas City city, Missouri 216,029 Dallas city, Texas 533,371 Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee 257,236 Phoenix city, Arizona 662,242 Wichita city, Kansas 167,277 San Jose city, California 402,253 Omaha city, Nebraska 186,556 Las Vegas city, Nevada 252,002 San Antonio city, Texas 527,381 Virginia Beach city, Virginia 220,174 Minneapolis city, Minnesota 189,294 Arlington city, Texas 167,452 Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma 243,149 Boston city, Massachusetts 253,201 Chicago city, Illinois 1,162,550 Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana 355,764 Columbus city, Ohio 336,964 Houston city, Texas 875,252 Fort Worth city, Texas 276,213 Detroit city, Michigan 265,852 Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania 537,233 Tulsa city, Oklahoma 175,483 Baltimore city, Maryland 254,908 Jacksonville city, Florida 354,269 Milwaukee city, Wisconsin 224,682 Louisville/Jefferson County (balance), Kentucky 246,966 El Paso city, Texas 218,722 Memphis city, Tennessee 279,091

Margin of Error (+/-) Work at Home +/-4,841 24,141 +/-6,611 13,699 +/-8,477 15,403 +/-8,519 17,764 +/-6,247 8,993 +/-8,433 8,813 +/-28,414 78,382 +/-4,774 12,702 +/-15,363 26,403 +/-4,239 11,110 +/-8,931 8,200 +/-7,816 6,893 +/-7,005 12,114 +/-10,802 8,240 +/-6,486 6,779 +/-9,001 7,322 +/-9,489 6,790 +/-6,159 6,451 +/-6,364 8,608 +/-21,286 123,639 +/-6,745 6,226 +/-6,511 8,362 +/-6,247 7,663 +/-13,716 18,710 +/-5,018 9,015 +/-14,429 23,176 +/-4,658 5,810 +/-10,702 13,425 +/-4,864 6,213 +/-9,725 8,044 +/-9,551 16,250 +/-4,139 6,472 +/-6,466 5,550 +/-8,373 4,893 +/-7,236 7,099 +/-7,348 7,361 +/-20,986 33,520 +/-6,425 9,923 +/-6,918 9,267 +/-16,909 23,942 +/-9,107 7,435 +/-8,097 7,051 +/-10,042 14,159 +/-5,289 4,546 +/-6,076 6,233 +/-7,013 8,413 +/-6,894 5,312 +/-5,836 5,171 +/-6,559 4,494 +/-7,123 4,767

Margin of Error Percentage +/-2,873 6.3% +/-1,756 5.3% +/-2,410 5.1% +/-2,234 5.0% +/-2,205 4.9% +/-1,672 4.7% +/-6,236 4.7% +/-1,813 4.7% +/-3,004 4.6% +/-1,973 4.4% +/-1,694 4.3% +/-1,803 4.2% +/-2,183 4.1% +/-1,653 3.9% +/-1,471 3.9% +/-1,928 3.7% +/-1,967 3.7% +/-1,646 3.6% +/-1,630 3.6% +/-7,408 3.6% +/-1,223 3.6% +/-1,369 3.6% +/-1,263 3.5% +/-2,782 3.5% +/-1,966 3.5% +/-3,573 3.5% +/-1,604 3.5% +/-2,303 3.3% +/-966 3.3% +/-1,747 3.2% +/-2,805 3.1% +/-1,185 2.9% +/-1,036 2.9% +/-1,414 2.9% +/-1,440 2.9% +/-1,627 2.9% +/-3,558 2.9% +/-2,423 2.8% +/-1,425 2.8% +/-3,128 2.7% +/-1,711 2.7% +/-1,233 2.7% +/-2,812 2.6% +/-1,091 2.6% +/-1,120 2.4% +/-1,563 2.4% +/-1,026 2.4% +/-1,125 2.1% +/-1,122 2.1% +/-1,124 1.7%

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables.

Bike To Work, 50 Cities with The Most Workers Age 16 and Over, by Percentage
2005 American Community Survey

NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology.

Portland city, Oregon Minneapolis city, Minnesota Seattle city, Washington Tucson city, Arizona San Francisco city, California Sacramento city, California Washington city, District of Columbia Oakland city, California Honolulu CDP, Hawaii Denver city, Colorado Austin city, Texas New Orleans city, Louisiana Boston city, Massachusetts Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania Albuquerque city, New Mexico Mesa city, Arizona Chicago city, Illinois Fresno city, California Columbus city, Ohio San Diego city, California Long Beach city, California Phoenix city, Arizona Los Angeles city, California Colorado Springs city, Colorado Milwaukee city, Wisconsin Virginia Beach city, Virginia Atlanta city, Georgia New York city, New York San Jose city, California Baltimore city, Maryland Las Vegas city, Nevada El Paso city, Texas Raleigh city, North Carolina Houston city, Texas Louisville/Jefferson County (balance), Kentucky Tulsa city, Oklahoma Arlington city, Texas Jacksonville city, Florida Fort Worth city, Texas Detroit city, Michigan Dallas city, Texas Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma Charlotte city, North Carolina San Antonio city, Texas Omaha city, Nebraska Wichita city, Kansas Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana Memphis city, Tennessee Kansas City city, Missouri

Workers 16+ 257,510 189,294 301,704 233,526 381,922 188,563 249,865 164,169 173,656 270,025 354,416 177,351 253,201 537,233 238,207 196,731 1,162,550 185,725 336,964 578,631 208,887 662,242 1,662,238 184,534 224,682 220,174 186,756 3,429,194 402,253 254,908 252,002 218,722 172,116 875,252 246,966 175,483 167,452 354,269 276,213 265,852 533,371 257,236 243,149 298,601 527,381 186,556 167,277 355,764 279,091 216,029

Margin of Error (+/-) Bicycle +/-6,611 8,942 +/-6,466 4,589 +/-8,477 6,963 +/-6,511 5,230 +/-4,841 7,053 +/-8,931 3,305 +/-4,239 4,336 +/-7,816 2,529 +/-6,745 2,504 +/-4,774 3,814 +/-8,519 4,654 +/-6,159 1,712 +/-7,348 2,377 +/-10,042 4,778 +/-6,364 1,918 +/-9,001 1,485 +/-20,986 7,812 +/-9,489 1,218 +/-6,918 2,131 +/-15,363 3,602 +/-10,802 1,261 +/-14,429 3,940 +/-28,414 9,821 +/-6,247 1,088 +/-6,894 1,290 +/-4,139 1,230 +/-8,433 955 +/-21,286 16,468 +/-10,702 1,622 +/-6,076 1,018 +/-9,725 866 +/-6,559 700 +/-6,486 540 +/-16,909 2,468 +/-5,836 658 +/-5,289 456 +/-8,373 433 +/-7,013 899 +/-9,107 645 +/-8,097 547 +/-13,716 1,029 +/-5,018 448 +/-7,236 422 +/-7,005 481 +/-9,551 669 +/-4,864 217 +/-4,658 193 +/-6,425 346 +/-7,123 214 +/-6,247 50

Margin of Error (+/-) Percentage +/-1,456 3.5% +/-868 2.4% +/-1,350 2.3% +/-1,344 2.2% +/-1,423 1.8% +/-966 1.8% +/-1,245 1.7% +/-1,092 1.5% +/-727 1.4% +/-1,057 1.4% +/-1,503 1.3% +/-692 1.0% +/-910 0.9% +/-1,296 0.9% +/-670 0.8% +/-572 0.8% +/-1,493 0.7% +/-700 0.7% +/-769 0.6% +/-920 0.6% +/-675 0.6% +/-1,177 0.6% +/-2,336 0.6% +/-475 0.6% +/-697 0.6% +/-1,019 0.6% +/-570 0.5% +/-2,380 0.5% +/-722 0.4% +/-515 0.4% +/-506 0.3% +/-485 0.3% +/-382 0.3% +/-840 0.3% +/-422 0.3% +/-472 0.3% +/-362 0.3% +/-592 0.3% +/-350 0.2% +/-333 0.2% +/-606 0.2% +/-286 0.2% +/-354 0.2% +/-296 0.2% +/-438 0.1% +/-184 0.1% +/-159 0.1% +/-256 0.1% +/-197 0.1% +/-83 0.0%

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables.

Carpoolers, 50 Cities with The Most Workers Age 16 and Over, by Percentage
2005 American Community Survey

NOTE. Data are limited to the household population and exclude the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology.

Mesa city, Arizona Phoenix city, Arizona Sacramento city, California Honolulu CDP, Hawaii Fresno city, California Dallas city, Texas Tucson city, Arizona Houston city, Texas Charlotte city, North Carolina Fort Worth city, Texas Minneapolis city, Minnesota Albuquerque city, New Mexico Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma San Jose city, California New Orleans city, Louisiana San Antonio city, Texas Jacksonville city, Florida Oakland city, California Los Angeles city, California Raleigh city, North Carolina El Paso city, Texas Baltimore city, Maryland Austin city, Texas Long Beach city, California Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana Colorado Springs city, Colorado Chicago city, Illinois Denver city, Colorado Milwaukee city, Wisconsin Memphis city, Tennessee Portland city, Oregon Seattle city, Washington Las Vegas city, Nevada Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee Arlington city, Texas Virginia Beach city, Virginia Detroit city, Michigan Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania Omaha city, Nebraska San Diego city, California Atlanta city, Georgia Wichita city, Kansas Tulsa city, Oklahoma Columbus city, Ohio Louisville/Jefferson County (balance), Kentucky San Francisco city, California Kansas City city, Missouri Washington city, District of Columbia Boston city, Massachusetts New York city, New York

Workers 16+ 196731 662242 188563 173656 185725 533371 233526 875252 298601 276213 189294 238207 243149 402253 177351 527381 354269 164169 1662238 172116 218722 254908 354416 208887 355764 184534 1162550 270025 224682 279091 257510 301704 252002 257236 167452 220174 265852 537233 186556 578631 186756 167277 175483 336964 246966 381922 216029 249865 253201 3429194

Margin of Error (+/-) +/-9,001 +/-14,429 +/-8,931 +/-6,745 +/-9,489 +/-13,716 +/-6,511 +/-16,909 +/-7,005 +/-9,107 +/-6,466 +/-6,364 +/-7,236 +/-10,702 +/-6,159 +/-9,551 +/-7,013 +/-7,816 +/-28,414 +/-6,486 +/-6,559 +/-6,076 +/-8,519 +/-10,802 +/-6,425 +/-6,247 +/-20,986 +/-4,774 +/-6,894 +/-7,123 +/-6,611 +/-8,477 +/-9,725 +/-5,018 +/-8,373 +/-4,139 +/-8,097 +/-10,042 +/-4,864 +/-15,363 +/-8,433 +/-4,658 +/-5,289 +/-6,918 +/-5,836 +/-4,841 +/-6,247 +/-4,239 +/-7,348 +/-21,286

Carpooled 32855 107538 29635 27103 28015 77859 33292 121895 40674 37332 24277 30371 30804 49860 21536 62827 41798 19237 193662 19984 24119 27733 38269 22453 38191 19804 124481 28698 23727 29175 26696 31223 25524 26001 16912 22150 26674 53656 18616 54834 17253 15356 16104 29980 21795 31659 17467 19246 18469 208515

Margin of Error (+/-) +/-4,126 +/-7,302 +/-4,015 +/-2,941 +/-4,162 +/-9,107 +/-3,113 +/-6,837 +/-4,956 +/-4,017 +/-3,693 +/-4,156 +/-3,646 +/-5,454 +/-4,135 +/-5,699 +/-4,969 +/-2,644 +/-9,528 +/-3,869 +/-3,219 +/-3,631 +/-5,626 +/-4,278 +/-3,540 +/-2,938 +/-8,479 +/-3,586 +/-3,255 +/-3,404 +/-3,010 +/-4,230 +/-3,840 +/-2,876 +/-2,765 +/-2,823 +/-3,077 +/-5,563 +/-2,395 +/-4,911 +/-3,241 +/-2,483 +/-2,481 +/-3,235 +/-2,532 +/-3,774 +/-2,545 +/-2,459 +/-2,639 +/-9,858

Percentage 16.7% 16.2% 15.7% 15.6% 15.1% 14.6% 14.3% 13.9% 13.6% 13.5% 12.8% 12.7% 12.7% 12.4% 12.1% 11.9% 11.8% 11.7% 11.7% 11.6% 11.0% 10.9% 10.8% 10.7% 10.7% 10.7% 10.7% 10.6% 10.6% 10.5% 10.4% 10.3% 10.1% 10.1% 10.1% 10.1% 10.0% 10.0% 10.0% 9.5% 9.2% 9.2% 9.2% 8.9% 8.8% 8.3% 8.1% 7.7% 7.3% 6.1%

Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables.