Travel on U.S. roads fell 12.1% in February over 2020 levels

For the 12 months ending in February, road travel fell 15.3% to 2.77trln miles

  

WASHINGTON- Travel on U.S. roads fell by 12.1%, or 28.3 billion miles, in February compared with the same month last year as millions of Americans continue to work at home and skip leisure trips amid COVID-19.

For the 12 months ending in February, road travel fell 15.3% to 2.77 trillion miles, the lowest total since 2000, down 497 billion miles.

Travel was down 0.4% in February over January according to seasonally adjusted figures.

(Reporting by David Shepardson, Editing by Franklin Paul) ((David.Shepardson@thomsonreuters.com; 2028988324;))

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