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Mean Travel Time to Work of Workers Ages 16 and Older Who Did Not Work at Home (Minutes) (1-Year ACS) Change

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Alabama 24.3
Alaska 18.3
Arizona 24.5
Arkansas 21.7
California 28.1
Colorado 25.1
Connecticut 25.4
Delaware 24.6
District of Columbia 29.3
Florida 26.4
Georgia 27.6
Hawaii 27.9
Idaho 20.3
Illinois 28.6
Indiana 23.3
Iowa 18.8
Kansas 19.2
Kentucky 22.9
Louisiana 25.4
Maine 23.6
Maryland 32.3
Massachusetts 28.8
Michigan 24.3
Minnesota 23.4
Mississippi 24.2
Missouri 23.1
Montana 17.9
Nebraska 18.4
Nevada 23.8
New Hampshire 27.0
New Jersey 31.1
New Mexico 21.8
New York 32.6
North Carolina 23.9
North Dakota 17.6
Ohio 23.2
Oklahoma 21.3
Oregon 23.1
Pennsylvania 26.4
Puerto Rico 29.4
Rhode Island 24.0
South Carolina 24.1
South Dakota 16.7
Tennessee 24.5
Texas 25.6
Utah 21.6
Vermont 22.1
Virginia 28.1
Washington 26.8
West Virginia 25.7
Wisconsin 21.9
Wyoming 18.7

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Geographic Comparison Tables.

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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