Transportation and Health Indicators

Indicators are data points that measure how the transportation environment affects health issues such as safety, active transportation, air quality, and connectivity to destinations. Different indicators are available for states, metropolitan areas, and urbanized areas. Select a geography tab below, and then click on the map to view results. For each indicator, the THT results show the raw value as well as a score from 0 to 100 that indicates what percentile the state, metropolitan area, or urbanized area is in. When viewing results, click on the name of each indicator for more information on what the indicator measures and where data come from. Download a spreadsheet with the complete dataset.

Select a tab to view indicators at the State level, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) level, or Urbanized Area (UZA) level.

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