San Bernardino County, CA Commuting

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San Bernardino County, located in Southern California, is a sprawling metropolitan area with many communities and sprawling suburbs. It is home to millions of people who need access to reliable public transportation options in order to get around the county. Fortunately, San Bernardino County has a number of different transportation options available for residents and visitors. These include buses operated by the Omnitrans transit system that serve most parts of the county as well as Metrolink commuter rail which offers service throughout the region. For those looking for more specialized transportation services, paratransit and Dial-A-Ride are also available. Additionally, there are a number of freeways and highways that connect San Bernardino County with other parts of Southern California, making it easy to get around without having to rely on public transportation. All these various transportation options make it possible for residents and visitors alike to navigate their way through the vastness of San Bernardino County with ease.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in San Bernardino County takes 30.9 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in San Bernardino County get to work:
- 78.9% drive their own car alone
- 12.0% carpool with others
- 4.7% work from home
- 1.5% take mass transit
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