“A majority — 59 percent — of Millennials said they would ‘rather spend time doing more productive tasks than driving’ (just 45 percent of Boomers agreed). And 48 percent of Millennials said they ‘enjoy most of the time spent driving’ compared to 61 percent of Boomers and 51 percent of Gen Xers. About a third of Millennials said the amount of time they spend in their car is ‘very frustrating.’ . . .
“So Millennials don’t share their parents ‘love affair’ with driving, but they are mostly without alternatives. Only 13 percent of respondents said that they could ‘live without having access to a vehicle.’ According to the survey, 40 percent of everyone from all generations had never tried an alternative to driving, like public transit, biking or ride-hailing apps.
FULL STORY published November 13, 2018 via Streetsblog