Booming U.S. Cities Are Fueling the Rise of Super Commuting

A strong economy without more urban housing means miserable commutes for millions of people. About one in 36 commuters (roughly 2 million people) are so-called “super commuters,” people who travel an average of about two hours per day. That compares to an average of 26 minutes nationwide.


Source: Route Fifty

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