Gulf County, FL Commuting

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Gulf County, Florida offers a variety of transportation options for residents and visitors alike. The county operates its own public transit system called the Gulf Coast Connector, which provides locals and visitors with easy access to the area’s natural resources, amenities, and attractions. The connector operates Monday-Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm and makes various stops throughout the county. It is also equipped with two wheelchair lifts to accommodate those who are mobility impaired. Additionally, Gulf County is served by Amtrak’s Sunset Limited Train, which runs three times a week between New Orleans and Los Angeles. For air travel, the Panama City-Bay County International Airport is located just an hour away from Gulf County in neighboring Bay County. For those needing local taxi services or ridesharing apps like Uber or Lyft there are several companies that operate in the area as well. All of these options make it easy for people to get around Gulf County and explore all that it has to offer.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Gulf County takes 22.4 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Gulf County get to work:
- 71.1% drive their own car alone
- 17.7% carpool with others
- 6.5% work from home
- 0.0% take mass transit
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