American commutes are getting longer, with a U.S. Census Bureau report released in 2021 revealing the average one-way commute in 2019 reached a record high of 27.6 minutes. Combined with high gas prices, workers’ daily commutes are increasingly time-consuming and expensive—so much so that some are calling for commutes to count as part of the workday.
Even worse are travel times for “super commuters“—that unlucky 10% of Americans traveling more than one hour each way to punch a clock.
Stacker compiled statistics about the average commute in Crawford County using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Statistics are calculated based on 2020 5-year estimates. Crawford County has a shorter commute than four out of six neighboring counties, with Morrow County, having the longest commute at 29.4 minutes.
Crawford County commuting by the numbers
- Average commute: 22.3 minutes
- 6.1% lower than state average
- #24 best commute in the state
- Workers with 1+ hour commute: 6.8%
- Workers who carpool to work: 6.9%
- Workers who take public transport to work: 0.3%
- Workers who work from home: 3.1%
- Left for work between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m.: 15.5%
- Worked outside county of residence: 42.6%
Commutes in neighboring counties
#1. Seneca County, OH: 21.2 minutes
#2. Richland County, OH: 22.2 minutes
#3. Crawford County, OH: 22.3 minutes
#4. Wyandot County, OH: 22.4 minutes
#5. Huron County, OH: 22.5 minutes
#6. Marion County, OH: 23.2 minutes
#7. Morrow County, OH: 29.4 minutes
Counties with the best commute in Ohio
#1. Hancock County: 17.3 minutes
#2. Williams County: 18.0 minutes
#3. Shelby County: 18.4 minutes
Counties with the worst commute in Ohio
#1. Adams County: 36.4 minutes
#2. Morgan County: 35.7 minutes
#3. Monroe County: 35.0 minutes
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