The typical California worker spends more than 54 minutes commuting each workday.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) February 04, 2015
The Obrella Insider released its “Best and Worst Commuter Cities in California” report today. To determine the rankings, Obrella analyzed traffic data from the 2013 U.S. Census Bureau survey, considering only California cities whose population exceeded 10,000 at the time of the survey.
The report visualizes compelling commuter data at the city level, including methods of commuting and a breakdown of commute durations.
View the full report and rankings: http://www.obrella.com/news/2015/best-worst-commuter-cities-california/
10 BEST COMMUTER CITIES:
4. San Luis Obispo
5. Isla Vista
10. South Lake Tahoe
10 WORST COMMUTER CITIES:
1. Lake Los Angeles
2. Discovery Bay
6. San Diego Country Estates
10. Los Banos
“The typical California worker spends more than 54 minutes commuting each workday,” said Obrella Data Analyst Alexia Chianis. “Recognizing that excessive commute times can have direct impact on living expenses, insurance premiums, happiness, and overall health, we wanted to recognize cities that make commuting easier on their residents. We’re hopeful that readers will consider the impact of lengthy commutes when choosing a city to live in.”
The Obrella Insider analyzes and reports on everything insurance related, including consumer behavior and trends. Obrella is a community-focused organization that simplifies and adds transparency to the insurance shopping experience by providing helpful resources and comparing car insurance providers.