Transportation is a fundamental requirement of human life. That's why a new report about "the suburbanization of jobs" from the Brookings Institution is so disheartening. It finds that "the typical job is accessible to only about 27 percent of its metropolitan workforce by transit in 90 minutes or less. The suburbanization of jobs obstructs transit’s ability to connect workers to opportunity and jobs to local labor pools."
These findings led me to ask the report's author, Adie Tomer, some questions.
To read the interview, please go to Mobility Lab.