Based on data from 2002 National Survey of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Attitudes and Behaviors and 2001 National Household Travel Survey, gender influences the choice of the mode of transportation: men uses bicycles for 1.2% of trips vs. women using them 0.5% of the time. This does not specify, however, if there was a difference based on gender in how many of the trips were for work. According to the Alliance for Biking and Walking, in another survey in 2006, men make up 78% of all commuters, with the gap varying from state to state from 13% to 40% female commuters.
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