As evidenced by big cities like New York, people who live in more densely populated areas drive less. Public transportation and walking are more commonly utilized in densely populated areas, thus reducing the amount that people drive.
People that live in large cities have more access to resources and products than do some people living in smaller rural areas. Just because someone lives in a densely populated area does not necessarily mean they drive less. Their work may be located an hour or more away from where they live and usually densely populated areas have traffic during rush hour times, which may increase the time someone spends driving. However people that live in a densely populated area can use public transportation and could also be located close to supermarkets and shopping areas which may reduce some of the time they spend driving.
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