NewsThese 10 Cities Have The Longest Commute Times

These 10 Cities Have The Longest Commute Times

by Cedric ‘BIG CED’ Thornton

Six of these cities are on the East Coast while the others are in California.

If you hate having to sit in traffic as you commute to work, then you need to stay away from several cities on the East Coast and some in California.

As one may expect, the New York City metro area ranks right behind the Pennsylvania city. Commuters traveling to work in the New York-Newark-Jersey City area should expect to spend just under 36 minutes (35.8) to get to their place of employment. Stockton, Calif., follows the NYC area, with people going to work will arrive there in 33.9 minutes.

Rounding out the remaining cities on the list are:
The Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Calif., area at 32.6 minutes

Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, D.C.-Va.-Md.-W. Va. at 32.3 minutes
Yuba City, Calif., comes in tied at the fifth spot with 32.3 minutes

Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, N.Y. at 32.1 minutes
Vallejo, Calif. at 31.5 minutes

The city with the shortest commute time is Great Falls, Mont. People who travel to work in that city will get there in an average of 15.4 minutes. In the Lewiston, Idaho area, they can expect to arrive in 16 minutes, while commuters living in Manhattan, Kan., and Casper, Wyo., could get to their jobs in 16.2 minutes.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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