New Jersey Commuting

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The transportation options in New Jersey State are plentiful and provide convenient access to many different areas of the state. With a large network of roads, highways, and rail systems, New Jersey provides many ways to get around quickly and efficiently. The most popular form of public transportation available in the state is the NJ Transit system, which includes buses, commuter trains, light rail services, and more. Additionally, Amtrak and SEPTA offer trains that go through both Pennsylvania and New Jersey to provide intercity connections for those traveling from one city to another. For those who prefer to drive themselves, there is also an extensive network of roads connecting towns throughout New Jersey. With so many transportation options available, anyone looking to travel within or outside of the state can find an easy way to get where they need to go.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in New Jersey takes 31.5 minutes. That's longer than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in New Jersey get to work:
- 71.5% drive their own car alone
- 8.0% carpool with others
- 4.2% work from home
- 11.5% take mass transit
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On average, there are 206 sunny days per year in New JerseyWhere the heck did they get that from ..It's ALWAYS raining or cloudy in NJ. Last 2 years we had the same  More

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I have lived in New Jersey for 10 years and its has been very tough to get by, high cost of food, High tax, Rent on average is about 1900 a month, housing costs for a  More

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Over 8 years ago

Property Taxes are crazy  More

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