Maine Commuting

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Maine is an amazing state situated along the eastern coast of the United States. With its stunning landscape and picturesque towns, it’s a popular destination for visitors from around the world. As such, there are a number of transportation options available to those who wish to travel in Maine.
Public transportation is provided by Concord Coach Lines and Amtrak Downeaster. Both companies offer reliable, safe, and convenient service. Concord operates bus routes throughout the state, connecting all major cities and many smaller towns. Amtrak also provides access to major cities like Portland and Bangor with both regional rail service and long-distance travel services.
For visitors looking to explore more remote areas or experience the state's renowned natural beauty, car rental services are available throughout Maine. This gives travelers an opportunity to take their time and our own pace while discovering all that the state has to offer.
Maine also offers ferry services for those who want an even more relaxed way of traveling within the state or up into Canada. There are a number of companies operating waterbuses in various areas that provide fast access between islands as well as access into other parts of New England such as Massachusetts or Rhode Island.
No matter how you choose to explore it, Maine has plenty of transportation options available for visitors so they can make the most out their time in this beautiful state!

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Maine takes 23.8 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Maine get to work:
- 78.5% drive their own car alone
- 9.7% carpool with others
- 5.6% work from home
- 0.6% take mass transit
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Over 4 years ago

I've been in Maine of and on my whole life. Maine folks for the most part are not very complicated. The drug epidemic has gotten better I think. If you enjoy shopping I  More

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Over 9 years ago

We are on this site to exit Maine in the winter. It is a beautiful and expensive (taxes) state. We plan to stay here most of the year, as 3 of the seasons are beautiful.  More

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Over 10 years ago

Unless you want to live around Portland Maine or maybe BIW, not much work in Maine, except min wage...Weather from Sept thru May, you freeze your butt off, put kids in  More

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