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Where Do People Bike & Walk to Work? College Towns

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Tweet Written by: Brian McKenzie Biking to work has increased in large U.S. cities over the last decade.  In cities such as Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis the percentage of people who biked to work more than doubled. These cities are … Continue reading

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Who Bikes to Work in America?

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Tweet Written by: Brian McKenzie As cities take steps to increase transportation options, many people choose to ride a bike to work or walk. Timed with National Bike to Work Month, the Census Bureau has released its first-ever report on … Continue reading

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U.S. Population Will Get Older but Remain Younger than Most Developed Countries

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Tweet Written By: Victoria A. Velkoff, Jennifer M. Ortman and Sandra Colby Between 2012 and 2050, the share of the world’s population age 65 and over is projected to double from 8 percent in 2012 to 16.7 percent in 2050 … Continue reading

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About Half of Internationally Adopted Children were Born in Asia

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Tweet Written by: Rose M. Kreider The United States adopts more children from abroad than any other nation. Over time, the countries from which American parents adopt have shifted. Some of these changes are evident in the age distribution of … Continue reading

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A More and More Metropolitan America

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Tweet Written by: Marc Perry Census Bureau population estimates released today reveal a nation becoming increasingly metropolitan. The percentage of our nation’s population living in a metropolitan area ticked up from 85.3 percent in 2012 to 85.4 percent in 2013. … Continue reading

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