When it comes to making a long trip, it’s best to stay away from the coast.
In fact, according to new research from The Washington Post, that’s exactly what’s happening.
The research, published on Monday, shows that Americans are increasingly heading west, even as they are staying in more remote areas, including Alaska, Wyoming, Oregon and Idaho.
And while the researchers found that people from these regions travel a lot more, they are not necessarily more likely to travel on the busiest roadways in the country.
They are, however, less likely to spend more time on land.
In other words, the most traveled roadways are the ones most prone to congestion, pollution and congestion itself.
Here are the findings of the study: Road trips by urban residents in the nation’s cities were down by about 20% between 2007 and 2014.
Residents from the nation to the west are on average driving less than 1,200 miles a year.
People from the country to the east are driving more than 4,000 miles a season.
While many drivers who drive in the United States have driven many, many miles, in some regions, the number of miles driven by rural residents has fallen by about 40%.
“The average American is driving more miles than any other place in the world, and that is not because we’re smarter,” said Dan Kois, the lead author of the paper.
“It’s because our roads are clogged, and our drivers are not as responsive to their environment.”
Kois was referring to the growing congestion, air pollution and poor maintenance of our roadways that are driving many Americans to leave their homes.
The report comes at a time when roadways around the country are being torn down for a variety of reasons, including infrastructure needs and rising demand from people in the suburbs, where most people live.
While the report notes that the data is preliminary, the authors of the report said that they expect to see an increase in rural traffic in the future, especially as more people move from the urban core to the rural areas.
“People are increasingly choosing to move to the cities and are doing so for a number of reasons,” Kois said.
“This report is a reminder of the importance of maintaining a healthy environment, while also reducing the impact of air pollution on public health and safety.”