The Vehicle Availability datasets are reported once per year by the United States Census. The data sets range from 2015 - to 2020. The data has been aggregated to the census tract.
Census Vehicle Availability Definition
The census tracts the number of vehicles adults in the United States have access to. The data supports planning and funding for transportation improvements, as well as understanding how people are traveling across the United States. This data also supports emergency management planning.
No Vehicle Available
1 Vehicle Available
2 Vehicles Available
3 Vehicles Available
4 Vehicles Available
5 or More Vehicles are Available
Census Vehicle Availability Parameters: Census.gov
Census Vehicle Availability Schema
The dataset is available in JSON, Shapefile, GEOJSON, and CSV file types.
14-digit code relating the data to the correct geolocation
The unique identifier provided by the US Census for each census tract
Lists Numbers of Vehicles Available
Number of Persons within Vehicle Category
Year data was collected
Name of the county that the census tract resides in
Name of the state that the census tract resides in
The GIS information required for the computer to read the mapping file
MULTILINESTRING ((-81.59791 30.24124, -81.59801 30.24135))
The “GEO.ID” field contains 14-digit codes that identify the summary level of data, the geographic component of the data, and FIPS codes that uniquely identify the data. For example, the 14-digit “GEO.ID” for Harris County, TX is “0500000US48201” where “050” represents the summary level of the data, “0000” represents the 2-digit geographic variant, and the 2-digit geographic component, “US” represents the United States, “48” represents the state of Texas and “201” represents Harris County.