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In the US, out of 1,000 people, 765 drive a car. America has the highest car ownership rate in the world. It's the second largest world automobile market, while most Americans usually drive bigger vehicles like SUVs, vans or light trucks. With a network of well over 13 million roads and the longest highway systems, Americans are highly reliant on their cars to move around. Mass transit options only account for about 10% of all travel within the US.

Trains are usually used for freight and goods – too few people use it for travel, given the distances. Amtrack is the national intercity transport system and it grew significantly since 2000. Big cities have subway systems for mass transit, which account for about 9% of work travel purposes. Buses are also found in just about any inhabited area of the US.

The airline industry is well-maintained and there are a lot of people traveling by plane in the US. American Airlines is the largest air travel company in the world starting with 2013 when it bought US Airways. The busiest airport in the world is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and, along with 15 other airports, constitute half of the world's 30 busiest airports. Most airlines ar