King and Queen County, VA Commuting

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King and Queen County, Virginia offers several transportation options for its residents. There are public buses available in the area operated by the Rappahannock Regional Transit (RRT). These buses provide transportation to nearby cities and towns within the county as well as to larger cities such as Richmond and Fredericksburg. Additionally, King and Queen has a small airport located outside of town that is used by some private aircrafts. Taxis and ride sharing services are also available for locals who may need to travel but don’t have access to a car or other form of transportation. This allows locals to easily get around while taking advantage of modern means of transport. With these options available, King and Queen County provides an efficient way for its residents to get from one place to another.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in King and Queen County takes 34.6 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in King and Queen County get to work:
- 82.7% drive their own car alone
- 7.1% carpool with others
- 5.7% work from home
- 0.2% take mass transit
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