Riddle, OR Commuting

1 Reviews

Download our custom City Report to see exclusive
data on cost of living, crime, climate, and more.
Riddle, Oregon is a small rural city situated in the heart of Douglas County. Despite its small size, the city offers a variety of transportation options to residents and visitors alike. Public transportation in the area includes the Douglas County Rider bus service, which provides regular routes to cities such as Roseburg and Coos Bay. For those looking for more adventurous options, Riddle also has an airport which offers flights to many locations throughout Oregon. The nearest Amtrak station is located in Eugene, where travelers can take advantage of inter-city rail services traveling to various destinations throughout the U.S. Additionally, there are several taxi and ride sharing companies available in Riddle that offer convenient transportation within the city for individuals who prefer not to drive themselves. With so many different public transportation options available in Riddle, getting around town is easy and efficient, making it easy for people to get from one place to another with ease.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Riddle takes 19.5 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Riddle get to work:
- 69.5% drive their own car alone
- 17.1% carpool with others
- 8.6% work from home
- 0.0% take mass transit
     Commute Time To Work

  TransportationRiddle, OregonUnited States
  Commute Mode
Reviews for Riddle
    See all (1)

Over 3 years ago

I retired to this city 2 years ago. Quiet streets and local schools. Lots of open land around with a small town feel. A few small shops and a post office. Just lost our  More

   |    Reply

Start Your Review of Riddle

Compare Riddle, OR
cost of living
Compare food, housing, utilities, and more in Riddle, Oregon to any other city in the US.