Maine households increasingly have ditched personal vehicles, following a national rise in the share of homes without cars. The trend appears in the latest batch of census survey data, comparing estimates from the period 2006-2010 to estimates covering 2011-2015. Maine and Vermont were some of the smallest and certainly most rural among those where the share of no-car households increased. The relevant census survey […]
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