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The Road to School: How Far Students Travel to School in the Choice-Rich Cities of Denver, Detroit, New Orleans, New York City, and Washington, DC

This descriptive study by Kristin Blagg et al. examines how long it takes students to travel to and from school in five cities. The authors find student travel times vary significantly by city, transportation type (car, yellow bus, walk, bike, or public transit), school level (elementary, middle, and high school), and family poverty status.

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