A closer look at commuting

03/6/2013 | National Public Radio · Atlantic Cities, The

An interactive map based on a new study allows users to see how average commuting times vary across the country. It takes the average U.S. worker more than 25 minutes to commute one way, and 8% of workers spend an hour or more getting to their jobs. Almost 600,000 people are classified as "mega-commuters," which means they travel at least 90 minutes and 50 miles to work.

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