According to the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute, a whopping 37.9 percent of D.C. households didn't own a vehicle in 2012. That's up a strong 2.4 percent from 2007. The District of Columbia now ranks behind only New York City with the highest number of households without an automobile.
Other cities with high rates of non-car ownership? Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, and San Francisco are all above the 30 percent mark.
The city with the most cars? San Jose, California, where a measly 5.8 percent of households are automobile-free.
The nationwide average for households without a vehicle is 9.22 percent.