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Where You'll Find the Country's Worst Commutes (Infographic)

Workers in these 10 cities suffer the longest commutes in the U.S.
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Here's another reason to love being part of a garage startup: you get to avoid the misery the that rest of the country experiences every day during rush hour. Take New York City for example, where the influx of commuters causes Manhattan’s population to nearly double -- from 1.6 million to 3.1 million during the day, according to the New York Times. What's worse is that almost a third of those workers are in transit for at least an hour every morning. 

Take a look at the graphic below, provided by statistics company Statista, to see the top 10 cities with the longest commutes. 


Last updated: Mar 3, 2014

LAURA MONTINI | Staff Writer

Laura Montini is a reporter at Inc. She previously covered health care technology for Health 2.0 News and has served as an associate editor at The Health Care Blog. She lives in San Francisco.




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