"And Another Thing..." podcast Nov22, 2019

New stats are showing which drivers in Seattle, Tacoma and Portland are driving solo or carpooling and light rail mass transit doesn't seem to be much of a factor for getting single drivers out of their car according to the data. (photo: KOMO News)

From 2010 to 2018, the share of Seattle commuters who drove alone to work dropped by nearly 9 percentage points, the biggest decline among the 100 largest U.S. cities, single occupant drivers in Seattle and Portland don't bode well for the future of light rail, requiring carpools to be 3 people instead of just 2 is part of the problem, Tacoma shows that housing near jobs is more important than light rail, finally...the Friday football forecasts.

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