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The average one-way commute in Charlotte, North Carolina, takes 24 minutes. 76% of commuters drive their own car alone. 11% carpool with others. 4% take mass transit and 5% work from home.

  TRANSPORTATIONCharlotte, North CarolinaUnited States
  Commute Time  24.3925.44
  Auto (alone)  76.23%76.14%
  Carpool  11.22%10.03%
  Mass Transit  3.91%4.98%
  Bicycle  0.19%0.56%
  Walk  2.11%2.82%
  Work at Home  5.48%4.27%
  Commute Less Than 5 min.  1.91%3.28%
  Commute 6 to 9 min.  7.56%10.37%
  Commute 10 to 14 min.  13.69%14.42%
  Commute 15 to 19 min.  17.19%15.52%
  Commute 20 to 24 min.  18.90%14.78%
  Commute 25 to 29 min.  7.42%6.08%
  Commute 30 to 34 min.  16.50%13.58%
  Commute 35 to 39 min.  3.09%2.73%
  Commute 40 to 44 min.  3.38%3.65%
  Commute 45 to 59 min.  5.54%7.52%
  Commute 60 to 89 min.  2.70%5.56%
  Commute greater than 90 min.  2.12%2.51%


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