# Distance and Modes of Transportation

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Cost of Health Care Travel as Percent of Weekly Income: At 58.5 cents per mile, a round trip of 4 to 10 miles would cost \$2.34 to \$5.85. For urban Montanans, this would equal 0.4% to 0.9% of their weekly per capita income.  For rural Montanans, this would equal 0.4% to 1.1% of their weekly per capita income.  A round trip of 12 to 30 miles would cost \$7.02 to \$17.55. For urban Montanans, this would equal 1.1% to 2.8% of their weekly per capita income.  For rural Montanans, this would equal 1.3% to 3.2% of their weekly per capita income. A round trip of 32 to 60 miles would cost \$18.72 to \$35.10. For urban Montanans, this would equal 3.0% to 5.6% of their weekly per capita income.  For rural Montanans, this would equal 3.4% to 6.3% of their weekly per capita income. A round trip of 62 to 100 miles would cost \$36.27 to \$58.50. For urban Montanans, this would equal 5.8% to 9.4% of their weekly per capita income.  For rural Montanans, this would equal 6.5% to 10.5% of their weekly per capita income. A round trip of 102 to 200 miles would cost \$59.67 to \$117.00. For urban Montanans, this would equal 9.6% to 18.8% of their weekly per capita income.  For rural Montanans, this would equal 10.7% to 21.0% of their weekly per capita income.