Cumberland County, ME Commuting

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Cumberland County, located in Maine, provides a variety of transportation options for its residents. The county is served by the Northern New England Intercity Bus service, providing daily bus routes to Portland and beyond. Additionally, the county has several taxi services that provide 24-hour access to local destinations. For those who prefer the freedom of driving themselves, there are numerous rental car companies scattered throughout the county. Furthermore, Amtrak also serves Cumberland County through its Downeaster route which provides passengers with frequent service between Portland and Boston. In addition to these public transportation options, Cumberland County also offers a budget-friendly train system called CART (Cumberland Area Regional Transit). CART's network includes 11 scheduled bus routes throughout Cumberland County that offer free rides to certain locations like Casco Bay Lines Ferry Terminal and Gorham Village Square Shopping Center. This transit system is a great way for locals to get around inexpensively without worrying about traffic or parking issues.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Cumberland County takes 22.9 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Cumberland County get to work:
- 76.7% drive their own car alone
- 8.2% carpool with others
- 7.0% work from home
- 1.4% take mass transit
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