St. Paul, MN Commuting

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St. Paul, MN is an urban city located in the Twin Cities metropolitan area and offers a variety of transportation options for its residents. The city has an extensive network of Metro Transit buses that provide service to virtually all areas of the city. In addition to public bus service, St. Paul also has taxi services, Uber, and Lyft rideshare programs. For those with their own vehicles, there are many highways and interstates providing access to the entire region, such as I-35E S., I-94 W., I-494 E., US Hwy 10 S., and I-694 N. Lastly, there are alternative methods of transportation such as bike-sharing and bike lanes throughout the city for cyclists. All these options make travelling around St. Paul easy and convenient for anyone who lives or visits the area.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in St. Paul takes 23.7 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in St. Paul get to work:
- 68.1% drive their own car alone
- 10.5% carpool with others
- 5.6% work from home
- 9.2% take mass transit
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Over 6 years ago

St Paul is a nice city to live, especially for raising a family. I am a transplant, moving here 33 years ago at the age of 26. I am self employed in the remodeling  More

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Over 6 years ago

I have lived in Minnesota my whole life and I’m 50+. As you get older the humidity is unbearable and the mosquitoes seem to get bigger?! I can count on one hand how  More

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Over 7 years ago

The MPA community is the most at home I have ever felt.  More

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