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WASHINGTON, DC–An increasingly larger share of the District’s residents are showing a changing preference to their transportation modes, according to a new research note by JLL. Instead of the traditional modes such as driving, carpooling and telecommuting, they are leaning towards walking, biking, ride-sharing or hailing a taxi. According to JLL, between 2010 and 2016 the percentage of DC commuters opting for these transportation mode grew from 15.3% to 18.9%, while public transit’s commute share shrank by 0.8% and the share that drive, carpool and telework dropped from 47.1% to 44.3%.