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The most expensive commutes in America aren't in NYC or San Francisco
March 4, 2019

From Bloomberg:

The most expensive commutes in the U.S. probably aren't where you would imagine. The commuters who face the highest costs aren't coming from the suburbs of New York City or San Francisco. These commuters live within 65 miles of Washington.

Workers from Charles County, in southern Maryland, spent 388 hours – or just under two and a half weeks – on average, traveling to and from work in 2017, according to Bloomberg analysis of U.S. Census data.

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