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Table 16. Percent of Applicable (e.g., worker, student) Disabled and Nondisabled by Type of Transportation Used Most Often to Commute toPaid or Volunteer Work, School, Doctor or Medical Visits, and Other Local Travel; Such as Shopping and Recreation

Table 16. Percent of Applicable (e.g., worker, student) Disabled and Nondisabled
by Type of Transportation Used Most Often to Commute toPaid or Volunteer
Work, School, Doctor or Medical Visits, and Other Local Travel; Such as
Shopping and Recreation

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Type of transportation Work or
volunteer
School Doctor
and medical visits
Other
local travel; such as shopping and recreation
Disabled Nondisabled Disabled Nondisabled Disabled Nondisabled Disabled Nondisabled
Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE
Personal motor vehicle as driver 66.37 3.02 84.81 1.05 26.99 4.47 22.59 1.43 53.11 1.54 61.07 0.64 52.44 1.66 60.72 0.67
Personal motor vehicle as passenger 15.18 2.53 5.97 0.64 21.07 3.26 36.45 1.95 36.84 1.63 33.65 0.68 36.43 1.54 32.93 0.68
Public bus 5.34 1.72 2.78 0.56 3.68 1.25 2.14 0.56 3.36 0.51 2.72 0.43 3.35 0.58 2.04 0.31
School bus 0.18 0.18 0.00   25.76 3.74 23.78 2.00 0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00  
Other transportation 12.94 1.84 6.44 0.73 22.51 4.46 15.05 1.54 6.68 0.84 2.55 0.41 7.79 0.97 4.31 0.49

NOTE: This table contains the weighted percent or weighted mean and the standard error. Cells with a small sample size (

SOURCE:
U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation
Statistics, 2002 National Transportation
Availability and Use Survey.

Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017