• April 23rd, 2024

Access to transportation may be required for many daily tasks, including going to work, health care visits, and obtaining groceries. Previous research suggests
that a lack of transportation, especially among adults who are older, uninsured, and have lower incomes, leads to reduced access to health care, which may
then lead to adverse health outcomes (1,2). Using data from the 2022 National Health Interview Survey, this report describes the percentage of adults who
lacked reliable transportation for daily living in the past 12 months by selected sociodemographic and geographic characteristics.

Read the full study here.