A Choropleth map depicting the percentage of commuters who either walk or bike to work, based upon 2020 5-year estimates from the American Community Survey. States in the northeast and in the Pacific Northwest tend to have higher rates of bicycling and walking to work, while states in the South tend to have lower rates of bicycling and walking to work. Many of the key federal benchmarks show differences over time that point toward uneven progress and the potential for states to grow further apart in these key benchmarks.