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Columbus, OH is the capital city of Ohio and home to a population of over 890,000 people. The city has a variety of transportation options that make it easy for residents to get around the city. This includes public transportation options like COTA buses and CMAX light rail service, which provide direct service to downtown Columbus. There are also several bike paths throughout the city that make cycling an attractive option for getting around. For those who prefer to drive, there are plenty of major highways and interstates that make driving between destinations a breeze. The Columbus Regional Airport provides air travel access for those looking to fly in or out of the city. Overall, Columbus offers its residents and visitors many options when it comes to getting around town.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Columbus takes 21.6 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Columbus get to work:
- 80.0% drive their own car alone
- 8.3% carpool with others
- 3.8% work from home
- 3.1% take mass transit
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Ellenore · 
Over 1 years ago

I've lived here for my whole life! Awesome place to  More

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We lived in Columbus from 2014-2022, originally from Denver work has taken us to Charlotte, NC, Austin and Atlanta for perspective. One of our biggest reasons for  More

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Over 2 years ago

The city has nice areas and old/ugly areas that look like the remains of a civil war. The nice areas are pretty. Traffic isn't bad compared to Cali but the summer  More

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