Where do workers make the longest journeys?

Do you have a long commute to work? If it takes 90 minutes or more each way, congratulations, you are part of a cohort known as “super ...

Do you have a long commute to work? If it takes 90 minutes or more each way, congratulations, you are part of a cohort known as “super switches”.

As arduous as this kind of daily trip may seem, more and more Americans have done it in recent years. Between 2010 and 2019, the number of people making such trips to work increased by 45%, while the total workforce only increased by 13%, according to a study by List of apartments. In 2019, 4.6 million people, or 3.1% of all American workers, were in the group.

The pandemic has taken many workers off the road and eliminated their commutes altogether, but the new era of work-from-home policies could ultimately create many more supernavers. The most recent data examined in the Apartment List study was from 2019, but the study suggests that due to the pandemic exodus from urban centers to suburbs and suburbs, a wave of full-time and full-time supernavers partial could emerge when the offices reopen.

Or, maybe not. Surprisingly, the distance to work did not turn out to be the determining factor of a long commute; about half of the supernavitters lived within 30 miles of their workplace. Additionally, transit riders were five times more likely to be supernavers than drivers. Both statistics indicate that traffic and inadequate public transport services and infrastructure are important contributing factors.

The country’s largest and most expensive metropolitan areas – New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco – account for about a third of all those who make the long journeys. Stockton, California, about 80 miles east of San Francisco, was found to have the highest rate of supernavers, and three of the 10 subways with the highest rates were also San Francisco satellites.

This week’s chart shows the 10 subways with the highest rates of supernavators, how much they increased in each subway from 2010 to 2019, and how that growth compared to the overall workforce growth.

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