Georgia Commuting

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Georgia is an important state in the US, offering many transportation options for residents and visitors alike. Public transportation within Georgia includes buses, planes, commuter rail, and light rail. Bus networks run throughout the major cities of the state, connecting different areas as well as providing access to nearby towns and cities. For those looking for more long-distance travel options, major airports are located in Atlanta and Savannah as well as smaller regional airports throughout the area. Commuter rail services are available through MARTA in Atlanta and offer a convenient way to get into and around the city quickly and reliably. Finally light rails are found in multiple locations throughout Georgia, including Stonecrest Mall near Atlanta which offers shoppers or commuters easy access to their destination. With all these options available, Georgia is a great place for public transit users to explore!

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Georgia takes 28.0 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Georgia get to work:
- 79.5% drive their own car alone
- 10.0% carpool with others
- 5.2% work from home
- 2.1% take mass transit
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I was sad to read some of the comments about my home state of Georgia. Many were based on experiences people have had living in Atlanta or it's suburbs. Having been born  More

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In the cost of living review of Georgia, it shows that housing in Georgia is 75% of the national average, which sounds good to someone thinking of moving into the state,  More

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Over 8 years ago

The climate in Georgia is great. It is really hot in the summers. our winters do not last long. Well, here in Albany it starts getting cool-cold around Halloween. The  More

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