The number of Americans who travel to work by bike grew about 60 percent over the past decade, the U.S. Census Bureau said this week. Top bike-commuting cities in the Northwest include Corvallis and Eugene in Oregon, and Missoula and Bozeman in Montana. Moscow, Idaho, also ranks high, with 5 percent of its population biking to work from 2008-12. Here’s the percent of residents biking to work in selected Northwest cities:
U.S. Census Bureau,
2008-12 American Community Survey
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