2016 Neighborhood-wide Transportation Survey Results

Every three years, Go Lloyd conducts a neighborhood-wide survey of employees' travel behavior. In 2016, residents were surveyed for the first time as well. 

Results show some interesting but not surprising trends. People who have a Universal Pass take transit to work a bit more than those who don't, and people who've chosen to live in Lloyd are very multi-modal, with only 20% of them driving alone to work. Lloyd residents are less likely to own a car than other Portlanders. (See graphic below.)

Combined 2016 Lloyd Resident and Employee Mode Splits

Combined 2016 Lloyd Resident and Employee Mode Splits

Residents are 27% more likely NOT to own a vehicle compared to the rest of the city. Only 15% of Portland residents do not own a personal vehicle. 

Residents are 27% more likely NOT to own a vehicle compared to the rest of the city. Only 15% of Portland residents do not own a personal vehicle. 

Residents in Lloyd are generally more likely to use different transportation modes for non-commute trips. This is not surprising since people choose to live here due to the great transportation options and proximity to Downtown and other neighborhoods. 

Download the full report here.