Posted January 12, 2018 12:13:25TODAY: You can buy your next trip online without having to travel from the airport, and you can pay online to get it.

However, a new study suggests you should also pay online for transit, even if you don’t plan on driving.

Read moreThe study, released Thursday by the Transportation Research Board, looked at how people use transit in the United States.

The study compared trips taken by car, public transit, bike, or pedestrian.

The study found that trips by car and public transit accounted for nearly one-third of all trips made in the U.S. in 2016.

For a typical trip in 2016, a driver made approximately 2,700 trips using public transit.

That’s roughly equivalent to the number of trips made by an average person, but it doesn’t include the thousands of trips by bike and pedestrians.

The number of people taking public transit jumped by 50% between 2010 and 2016, from 12.5 million trips to 17.2 million.

The transportation report noted that the public transit system in some cities, including Portland, Maine, was becoming more crowded as a result of population growth.

The public transit use rate also increased for women and minorities.

According to the study, the majority of people who drive their own cars used public transit in 2016 and it accounted for 43% of all travel trips in 2016 (excluding taxi and limousine rides).

However, only 14% of the people who ride public transit did so for the same reason.

The transportation report said that there was a “significant difference in transit use between drivers and passengers” and the reason for the differences is that drivers are more likely to be older, less educated and less likely to have college degrees.

It also noted that people who take transit tend to be younger, black and Latino.

The Transportation Research Institute has also been studying the effect of urbanization on transportation, especially when it comes to the ability of cities to accommodate growth and population.

It said that growth in the suburbs is having an impact on how well people can get around.