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Mapping the American Community Survey

A person named John Boyle has taken a cool online tool, geocommons.com, and the American Community Survey data and created a map of Bike Commuters By County. (Note that the biking numbers do not include people who bike to bus, train and trolley stops or who bike to work fewer than three days a week.) The map has little popups tables that display use of public transit, numbers who walk to work, total commuters, and numbers of those who drive to work alone.

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