North Carolina Commuting

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North Carolina State offers a variety of public transportation options to its residents. The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) provides multiple transportation services, including bus systems, rail systems, and specialized transit programs. The state also offers an extensive network of roads and highways for automobiles. The Triangle Transit Authority (TTA) is the main provider of public transportation in the Triangle region, which includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. TTA provides frequent bus service to all three cities as well as park-and-ride locations throughout the region. Additionally, Amtrak operates trains between Charlotte and Raleigh daily while Greyhound Bus Lines provides intercity bus service to major cities across North Carolina. Taxis are available in many cities across the state as well. With so many public transportation options available in North Carolina State, it is easy for residents to get around without needing their own vehicle.

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in North Carolina takes 24.3 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in North Carolina get to work:
- 81.2% drive their own car alone
- 9.5% carpool with others
- 5.2% work from home
- 1.0% take mass transit
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Western NC (eg Asheville, Hendersonville and surrounding areas) is Not the place to move to. No proper supporting jobs except tourism and elderly care. Horrendous drug  More

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Over 6 years ago

Lots of scenery, slow moving, minor crime and mostly friendly people. Natives only want your money: was told I needed to spend my money locally and not else ware. If you  More

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To Best Places: Due to an archaic discriminatory common law North Carolina is not a good place to move to or to live in. It is known as the 1% contributory negligence  More

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