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Policy Planning / Programs & Services / Trends / Trends to Watch
Trends to watch have little or no present material impact on transportation system performance but warrant periodic monitoring. Trends to watch could over time become impacting trends or be the basis for pursuing opportunities, adjusting strategies, etc. The trends listed below will be updated as new data becomes available. New Trends to Watch will also be added. Note: You can click on the headers to sort the column in alphabetical/date order.
Driving Alone Remains Florida's Dominant Commuting Mode
Florida’s Energy Consumption for Transportation is Decreasing
Florida’s SHS Lane Miles Increased 4.4% over the Past Decade
Distribution of Housing Types Remains Steady Over Time
Florida’s Elderly Population Share Increases
20.4% of Drivers Involved in 2015 Fatal Crashes were Under 25
Transportation Disadvantaged Services Provided 17.8M Trips
Florida is a major hub for international trade
Last updated 4/13/17
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