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.
There are 141,337,148 workers in the US. About 76.41%, or 107,990,698 of those working Americans commute to work by driving alone. This tool breaks down how many Americans use each method of transportation.
Introduction Ever wonder how early other Americans leave for work? Data from the US Census…