Where Does Your State Rank?


Average 2003 Commutes by State
STATEAVERAGE COMMUTE (One-Way)RANK
New York30.41
Maryland30.22
New Jersey28.53
District of Columbia28.44
Illinois27.05
California26.56
Georgia26.17
Massachusetts20.68
Virginia25.89
Florida24.810 (tie)
Washington24.810 (tie)
West VIrginia24.712
New Hampshire24.613
Hawaii24.514
Pennsylvania23.815
Texas23.716
Connecticut23.617
Arizona23.418 (tie)
Tennessee23.418 (tie)
Louisiana23.320 (tie)
Missouri23.320 (tie)
North Carolina23.222
South Carolina23.023
Colorado22.924
Alabama22.725 (tie)
Michigan22.725 (tie)
Maine22.627
Delaware22.528
Kentucky22.129 (tie)
Ohio22.129 (tie)
Nevada21.831 (tie)
Rhode Island21.831 (tie)
Minnesota21.733
Mississippi21.634
Indiana21.235
Oregon21.036
Wisconsin20.437
Vermont20.338
Arkansas19.939
Utah19.740
Idaho19.541
New Mexico19.442
Oklahoma19.143
Alaska18.944
Iowa18.145
Kansas17.546 (tie)
Wyoming17.546 (tie)
Montana16.948
Nebraska16.549
North Dakota15.450
South Dakota15.251

Data taken from the U.S. Census Department survey: "The American Community Survey."

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