I wrote a few days about the press release for the INRIX report on travel patterns in the United States over the first half of 2008. The report is out now. There was a strong correlation between gas prices and the amount of time people spent traveling in Las Vegas, Miami, and Atlanta. People drove less in those metro areas as gas prices went up. Curiously, there is zero correlation between gas prices and the amount of time people spent traveling in the Twin Cities. I am really curious to see the Minnesota related data from the full 2008 INRIX National Traffic Scorecard that will come out in the first quarter of 2009.
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