Hiram, MN Commuting

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Hiram, MN is a small town located in southwestern Minnesota, with a population of just under 200 people. Despite its small size, Hiram is well connected to the surrounding areas through various forms of transportation. The city is served by two primary modes of transport; namely, bus and rail services.
The town is served by the Southwest Transit system which provides regular bus services to St Cloud and Faribault. The bus service has several stops within the town including at the Hiram City Hall and Library. Additionally, there is also access to rail services via Amtrak's Empire Builder Line. This line runs between Chicago and Portland/Seattle and makes a stop in Glencoe twice per day.
For those that prefer to drive their own vehicles, Hiram is also served by U.S Routes 212 and 71 which connect the town to nearby cities such as Willmar and Morris respectively. These highways make it quite convenient for residents of Hiram to travel outside the town for leisure or business purposes.
Overall, Hiram is well connected in terms of public transport with plenty of options available for locals who need to travel inside or outside of town for business or leisure purposes.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Hiram takes 23.8 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Hiram get to work:
- 69.6% drive their own car alone
- 12.6% carpool with others
- 12.6% work from home
- 1.5% take mass transit
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