Embrace Your City with VELOTRIC
Key takeaways While New York has the longest average commute time by car (71 minutes), only 34.4% of employees in this city commute this way. More Boston employees commute by walking, biking, motorcycle, or taxi than those in any other...Continue reading
Velotric drew on data from WalkScore to rank U.S. neighborhoods that are far more bikeable than the cities they're part of might suggest. Find out which neighborhoods offer rich cultures rife with things to do and sights to see, all easily accessible on two wheels.
Just how many germs do you encounter on your commute to work? Velotric swabbed personal and private methods of transportation to find out.Continue reading
Key Takeaways 97% of city residents would like their city to invest in greener infrastructure, with 83% saying they would pay more taxes to aid with the transition. 60% of city residents plan to be car-free by 2030. 86% of...Continue reading
Key Takeaways Over half of singles say riding a bike to work is a green flag for a potential date. Using a reusable water bottle is ranked as the most attractive eco-friendly behavior. Eco-conscious men have more sex than men...Continue reading