Where the Jobs Are: Employer Access to Labor by Transit | Brookings Institution

Adie Tomer @ Brookings: Where the Jobs Are: Employer Access to Labor by Transit:

"The typical job is accessible to only about 27 percent of its metropolitan workforce by transit in 90 minutes or less. Labor access varies considerably from a high of 64 percent in metropolitan Salt Lake City to a low of 6 percent in metropolitan Palm Bay, refl ecting differences in both transit provision, job concentration, and land use patterns. City jobs are consistently accessible to larger shares of metropolitan labor pools than suburban jobs, reinforcing cities' geographic advantage relative to transit routing."

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