These U.S. Cities Have the Worst Commute Times

By January 26, 2017 No Comments

According to a recent report published at Forbes.com, New Yorkers have the longest commute in all of the United States. Commute times in the 50 largest U.S. metro areas jumped 3{4fc7c18b45bb3ca206250eb9042b2a89ae65f7a25a3279e991ff45e5d9c4f9ea}, to 27.2 minutes, between 2009 and 2014, according to Trulia. And the current average commute for a New Yorker is 35 minutes each way.

And the other “winners” are…

  1. New York City—34.7 minutes
  2. Long Island, N.Y.—33 minutes
  3. Washington, D.C.—32.8 minutes
  4. Newark, N.J.—31.1 minutes
  5. Chicago—30.8 minutes
  6. Boston—30.4 minutes
  7. Oakland, Calif.—29.9 minutes
  8. Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif.—29.8 minutes
  9. Baltimore—29.4 minutes
  10. Atlanta—29.2 minutes

The city with the shortest average commute?  Buffalo, New York.

If you’re spending too much time commuting, consider your options. Workville NYC is a 5-minute walk from Penn Station. You can’t find a better coworking space or office space in Midtown.

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Business owners commute to Workville at 1412 Broadway from all over the tristate area. At Workville, we want your commute to be easy and we aim to provide a comfortable, professional office space in midtown Manhattan.

Come visit and you’ll see for yourself!



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