America is full of long commutes, especially in urban areas. This interactive data viz shows where the worst commutes are in the country.
A look at how much commute times have increased in the United States over the last 10 years.
A look at what time most Americans get to work everyday.
A look at how American’s commute to work in each state.
A look at what state’s workers spend the most time commuting to work.
A look at what 10 metro areas in the United States have the longest commute times.
A look at how 15 demographic and socioeconomic traits differ in every county in the U.S.
In 80% of counties in the U.S., less than 1% of the population uses public transit to get to work. This data visualization explores public transit use and the number of workers in these counties.
Introduction Earlier this week I published a visualization of how long it takes the average…
The average one way commute time is 26 minutes in the US. Looking at the data American Community Survey data, there are a number of different factors that can have an affect on a person’s commute time. This visualization shows how it can differ for different people.