Florida Commuting

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Florida State is a coastal state in the southeastern United States, and its transportation options reflect its geographic location. Public transportation in Florida includes bus systems, Amtrak train service, and commuter trains. Buses are available in all of the major cities, providing access to local attractions and business centers. Additionally, there are several intercity bus lines that travel between major cities in the state. Amtrak offers frequent train services throughout Florida, connecting major urban areas to smaller towns. Commuter trains also exist in some cities within Florida that link downtown areas with outlying suburbs or other cities, such as Miami's Metrorail system. All these options provide convenient public transportation for travelers and residents alike in one of America's most populous states.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Florida takes 27.0 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Florida get to work:
- 79.5% drive their own car alone
- 9.2% carpool with others
- 5.6% work from home
- 2.0% take mass transit
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This is my beloved hometown in which I grew up with some of the most loving, kind people in the world. I advanced from kindergarten to twelveth-grade with approximately  More

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Over 6 years ago

It hasn't worked out for me, but the same problems in Florida are the same all over the place. You need to own a company or get into management. And we know how that  More

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lived here for 2yrs the people act friendly but nobody wants to hire you unless you work for poverty wages.......if your connected you get better paying jobs but even  More

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