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These commuting products, based on statistics from the American Community Survey, examine U.S. residents traveling across county and state lines to work. In addition, the products present U.S. workers who have commutes of 60 minutes or longer and workers who have "megacommutes" of at least 90 minutes and 50 miles. Statistics will also be available for every county in the U.S. that show the number of workers that commute into or out of the county and which counties those commuters travel to and from. A new infographic about home-based workers will also be released, providing a snapshot of people working from home at least one day per week.
Sources of Information:
Out-of-State and Long Commutes: 2011
Mega Commuting in the U.S.
Home-based Workers in the United States
News Releases for Selected Counties or County Equivalents:
Baltimore city, Md.
Cook County, Ill.
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Dallas County, Texas
Denver County, Colo.
District of Columbia
Franklin County, Ohio
Fulton County, Ga.
Hamilton County, Ohio
Harris County, Texas
Hennepin County, Minn.
King County, Wash.
Los Angeles County, Calif.
Marion County, Ind.
Mecklenburg County, N.C.,
Multnomah County, Ore.
Oakland County, Mich.
Orange County, Fla.
Philadelphia County, Pa.
San Bernardino County, Calif.
San Francisco County, Calif.
Santa Clara County, Calif.
St. Louis County, Mo.
Suffolk County, Mass.
Embargo Information: Media Advisory — County and Metro Area Population Estimates to be Embargoed