Special Report

Cities With the Shortest Commutes in America

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30. San Angelo, TX
> Avg. commute time (minutes): 18.8
> Share of commuters driving alone: 78.3% — 124th lowest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters carpooling: 10.0% — 105th highest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters using public transit: 0.3% — 36th lowest of 384 metros

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29. Flagstaff, AZ
> Avg. commute time (minutes): 18.6
> Share of commuters driving alone: 69.9% — 20th lowest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters carpooling: 10.6% — 57th highest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters using public transit: 1.6% — 88th highest of 384 metros

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28. College Station-Bryan, TX
> Avg. commute time (minutes): 18.5
> Share of commuters driving alone: 79.1% — 150th lowest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters carpooling: 9.7% — 130th highest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters using public transit: 1.4% — 116th highest of 384 metros

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27. Sioux Falls, SD
> Avg. commute time (minutes): 18.4
> Share of commuters driving alone: 83.3% — 63rd highest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters carpooling: 7.7% — 64th lowest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters using public transit: 0.4% — 104th lowest of 384 metros

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26. Decatur, IL
> Avg. commute time (minutes): 18.3
> Share of commuters driving alone: 85.3% — 16th highest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters carpooling: 6.9% — 12th lowest of 384 metros
> Share of commuters using public transit: 1.1% — 135th highest of 384 metros

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