U.S. States by Commute Time

How long does it take workers in each state to get to and from work?
Notes
  • 2018 data from the U.S. Census Bureau
  • Doesn't count people who work from home
  • The original data is how long it takes to travel to work. We have doubled this number, but the true number might be higher since traffic is generally worse in the afternoon than in the morning.
All States by Commute Time
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Minutes State
68.0 New York
66.6 Maryland
64.8 New Jersey
61.8 District of Columbia
61.0 Massachusetts
60.6 Puerto Rico
60.4 California
58.8 Illinois
58.0 Georgia
57.4 Virginia
56.8 Washington
56.0 Florida
55.2 Hawaii
55.2 New Hampshire
54.4 Pennsylvania
53.6 Connecticut
53.4 Texas
53.0 West Virginia
52.8 Delaware
52.6 Louisiana
51.8 Colorado
51.4 Arizona
50.8 Tennessee
50.4 Alabama
50.2 South Carolina
50.0 Rhode Island
50.0 Mississippi
49.8 Nevada
49.6 North Carolina
49.4 Michigan
48.2 Maine
48.0 Missouri
47.8 Indiana
47.6 Oregon
47.6 Minnesota
47.2 Ohio
47.2 Vermont
47.0 Kentucky
46.0 New Mexico
44.2 Oklahoma
44.0 Utah
44.0 Wisconsin
43.4 Arkansas
42.0 Idaho
39.4 Kansas
39.0 Iowa
38.2 Alaska
37.6 Nebraska
37.2 Montana
35.4 North Dakota
34.6 South Dakota
32.4 Wyoming
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