Millennials ease off the gas (making it harder to pay for roads…)

November 2, 2015

James Hughes, dean of the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University who studies demographic trends, said the number of 20-somethings without driver licenses has increased over the past decade from 20 to 26 percent. At the same time, he said millennials—young men and women born after 1980 who reached adulthood around 2000—tend to cluster in cities where they can both live and work.

“They are leaving Hunterdon for Hudson,” he said. “In those environments, they have a lot of mass transit options.”

NJ.com, Nov. 1

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