Kent County, MD Commuting

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Kent County, Maryland is served by several public transportation options. The most prominent being the Kent Island Transit (KIT) system. KIT provides bus service on major routes throughout the county, as well as connections to local government offices and other services. Additionally, there are two ferry lines that connect Kent County to Baltimore and Annapolis respectively. For those who prefer to travel by train, the MARC Penn Line stops in Chestertown and connects to nearby stations in Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. For travelers looking for a more leisurely way of getting around, there are numerous bike paths and trails that wind through Kent County’s scenic countryside. The Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge also offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy nature and wildlife while taking in sights such as historic lighthouses, beaches, marshes, forests, rivers, and creeks. With so many transportation options available in Kent County, it makes getting around easy and convenient for both residents and visitors alike.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Kent County takes 26.7 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Kent County get to work:
- 67.8% drive their own car alone
- 7.9% carpool with others
- 11.0% work from home
- 1.8% take mass transit
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