Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Check out Smart Growth America's criticism of the Travel Time Index:

the Travel Time Index actually gets daily driving backwards: cities with longer daily driving times look better that those with shorter driving times. Why? The Index leaves out something just about any traveler knows to think about: distance. By focusing only on speeds, the TTI neglects what people actually care about: how long does it take me to get there?

See the report at CEOs for Cities.

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