walkingFollowing a study released by the U.S. Public Research Interest Group last week, new data from CNW Research, is showing that the number of American households without a vehicle is growing. CNW says that the trend has witnessed a “rapid rise,” since 2007, with 9.3 per cent of households not possessing a vehicle in 2012, versus 5.7 per cent in 1991. Art Spinella, president at CNW says the trend is particularly noticeable, not only among millennials but also baby boomers as more of them enter into their retirement years and into communities where a car is not seen as necessary. (Source: The Detroit Bureau) Read the original story…