Statistic: Improving Access to Transportation 4

Based on a combined measure of low-income individuals, zero-vehicle households, persons with disabilities, and adults aged 65 and over, the areas most reliant on transit within Cuyahoga County include downtown, most of the city of Cleveland, Brooklyn, North Olmsted, Parma, Bedford Heights, and various block groups along the US 20 corridor east of Cleveland.

Source: Ohio Statewide Transit Needs Study


Statistic: Improving Access to Transportation 3

Every year, approximately 3.6 million Americans, urban and rural, miss or delay essential, non-emergency medical care because they experience transportation barriers.

Source: Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation


Statistic: Improving Access to Transportation 2

Transportation is often cited as a major barrier to health-care access. Studies have found transportation barriers impacting health-care access in as little as 3% or as much as 67% of the population sampled.

Source: US National Library of Medicine


Statistic: Improving Access to Transportation 1

In Cleveland, 79,000 persons or 20.7% of the population has a disability.

Source: CCS