What really impressed me was the high percent of commuters who carpooled.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 10, 2015
The Obrella Insider released its "Best and Worst Commuter Cities in Texas" report today. To determine the rankings, Obrella analyzed traffic data from the 2013 U.S. Census Bureau survey, considering only Texas 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-commuter-cities-texas/
10 BEST COMMUTER CITIES:
8. College Station
9. Big Spring
10 WORST COMMUTER CITIES
1. Glenn Heights
3. Little Elm
6. Missouri City
10. Cedar Hill
"From the Panhandle to the Gulf Coast, every region of the Lone Star state had its fair share of commuter friendly cities," said Obrella Data Analyst Alexia Chianis. "What really impressed me was the high percent of commuters who carpooled. In fact, on average, 14 percent of workers who live in the best commuter cities in Texas carpool to work. That's nearly 50 percent more than the national average."
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