Fort Lauderdale, FL Commuting

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Fort Lauderdale, FL is a popular destination for tourists and residents alike due to its beautiful beaches, attractions and sunny weather. With such a large population of people living in or visiting the city, having public transportation options available for getting around is essential. In Fort Lauderdale, there are several different ways to navigate the city including bus services operated by Broward County Transit and Tri-Rail commuter rail services. Both of these services provide multiple routes throughout the city and outlying areas that allow easy access to shopping centers, attractions, schools and other points of interest. Additionally, taxi services are available from many local companies as an alternative way of getting around town quickly. Fort Lauderdale also has a number of bike paths throughout the city center which can be used for navigating around town while enjoying time outdoors. With so many options available, it's easy to see why transportation in Fort Lauderdale is so convenient and efficient for both locals and visitors alike.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Fort Lauderdale takes 26.4 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Fort Lauderdale get to work:
- 74.4% drive their own car alone
- 8.1% carpool with others
- 7.0% work from home
- 5.2% take mass transit
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Fort Lauderdale and South Florida are eclectic, which makes for a tough adjustment if you're from a homogenous area. The secret is to find the location of all the things  More

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Like any city, Fort Lauderdale has it's good points and it's bad. On the good side you can't beat the weather here, especially October to June. No snow and no winter  More

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Over 9 years ago

My husband I are are from Illinois and Indiana. We moved here five years ago and we still HATE it! In the Midwest people are friendly and care about others. I can't  More

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