The Millennial Generation, those born between 1982 and 2003, is the most diverse generation in American history. They will also be one of the most consequential.
Millennials are living through times of economic and technological change. History shows that the combination of technological change, such as the advent of smartphone technology, television, or radio; combined with macro forces that shape behaviors, such as the Great Recession, the Great Depression, or World War II can lead to indelible societal change.
It is in this context that Millennials, with their relative propensity for an urban lifestyle, dexterity with technology, and their coming of age during economically constrained times, will drive future trends.
On this page you can find the best information available on the impact this generation is having on mobility and the built environment.
Report: Millennials and Mobility
Millennials & Mobility: Understanding the Millennial Mindset
This report seeks to understand the mindsets behind the decline in driving among millennials and understand the implications of this and other trends for public transportation in the United States, utilizing a mixture of in-depth interviews and a survey of 1,000 people in six cities that are representative of the types of cities Millennials find attractive.