A Cross-sectional Study of Travel Patterns of Older Adults in the USA During 2015: Implications for Mobility and Traffic Safety
Highlights a study on the travel patterns of older adults (65+) compared with younger adults (25-64). Includes rates of driving personal vehicles, using public transportation, and walking, as well as driver/passenger rates of older rural adults.
Sijun Shen, Wilson Koech, Jing Feng, Thomas M Rice, Motao Zhu
BMJ Open, 7(8)
Aging and aging-related services · Elderly population · Population health · Transportation