There are more than 283 million vehicles on the road in the United States, and many of those cars, trucks, vans, and motorcycles are used to ferry people to and from their homes and jobs during their daily commutes. A small but growing number of people are walking and biking to work, particularly in compact college towns. Many more take public transportation, especially in major cities like New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Boston, and Seattle—but nationwide, public transit accounts for only about 5% of daily commutes.

The overwhelming majority of people still drive to and from work every day, and the vast majority of those car commuters drive alone—fewer than 10% of Americans carpool. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average one-way commute in the United States has grown to a record 26.9 minutes. That’s just shy of an hour a day that average Americans squander behind the wheel, not at home with their families, and instead, burning gas and putting miles on their cars.

For some Americans, however, the commute to work is far from average. A phenomenon known as super commuting has emerged and grown in recent years. Super commuters spend 90 minutes or more—each way—chasing their paychecks every day. The biggest percentage of super commuters work in the extraction industry, with workers pursuing lucrative jobs in remote mines, oil fields, and other energy operations. Many more, however, have been priced out of expensive housing in urban metro areas where high-paying jobs are located, far away from their less-expensive county of residence.

Stacker compiled a list of counties with the most super commuters in North Dakota using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Counties are ranked by the highest percentage of workers with a commute over 90 minutes, based on 2020 5-year estimates. Keep reading to see where in your state people are spending the most time going to and from work every day.

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#53. Foster County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 2.4%
– Average commute time: 11.7 minutes
— 5.9 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 8.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.4%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (81.2%), carpooled (5.5%), walked to work (3.5%), public transportation (0.3%), worked from home (8.3%)

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#52. Divide County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.8%
– Average commute time: 13.7 minutes
— 3.9 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 11.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 16.5%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (77.9%), carpooled (2.5%), walked to work (2.9%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (14.6%)

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#51. Pierce County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.6%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.3%
– Average commute time: 13.4 minutes
— 4.2 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 6.6%
– Worked outside county of residence: 20.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (88.3%), carpooled (2.3%), walked to work (2.1%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (7.1%)

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#50. Grand Forks County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 2.8%
– Average commute time: 14.8 minutes
— 2.8 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 8.0%
– Worked outside county of residence: 2.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (81.9%), carpooled (7.5%), walked to work (4.0%), public transportation (1.1%), worked from home (4.1%)

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#49. Sargent County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.6%
– Average commute time: 16.1 minutes
— 1.5 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.0%
– Worked outside county of residence: 15.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (74.3%), carpooled (8.4%), walked to work (8.9%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (7.0%)

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#48. Benson County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 1.9%
– Average commute time: 16.4 minutes
— 1.2 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 7.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 26.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (72.2%), carpooled (11.6%), walked to work (5.5%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (7.0%)

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#47. Traill County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 0.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 6.1%
– Average commute time: 19.5 minutes
— 1.9 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 11.8%
– Worked outside county of residence: 27.1%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.9%), carpooled (11.5%), walked to work (4.4%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (4.7%)

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#46. Logan County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.0%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.5%
– Average commute time: 14.8 minutes
— 2.8 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.0%
– Worked outside county of residence: 22.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (66.1%), carpooled (9.3%), walked to work (7.9%), public transportation (0.6%), worked from home (15.4%)

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#45. Sioux County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.0%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.7%
– Average commute time: 17.2 minutes
— 0.4 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 2.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 3.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (70.5%), carpooled (15.1%), walked to work (7.3%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (5.6%)

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#44. Williams County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.1%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.9%
– Average commute time: 16.1 minutes
— 1.5 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.0%
– Worked outside county of residence: 3.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (85.1%), carpooled (8.4%), walked to work (2.8%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (2.4%)

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#43. Cass County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.1%
— 60+ minute commute: 2.8%
– Average commute time: 16.8 minutes
— 0.8 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 8.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 2.5%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (81.9%), carpooled (8.4%), walked to work (2.7%), public transportation (0.9%), worked from home (4.2%)

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#42. Towner County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 1.7%
– Average commute time: 15.1 minutes
— 2.5 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 10.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 15.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (66.1%), carpooled (12.6%), walked to work (11.6%), public transportation (0.5%), worked from home (9.2%)

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#41. Pembina County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 2.4%
– Average commute time: 17.2 minutes
— 0.4 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 14.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.5%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (75.7%), carpooled (10.9%), walked to work (3.6%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (7.0%)

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#40. Dunn County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.9%
– Average commute time: 22.7 minutes
— 5.1 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 25.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 23.5%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.7%), carpooled (3.5%), walked to work (4.8%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (11.9%)

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#39. McIntosh County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 1.7%
– Average commute time: 11 minutes
— 6.6 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 5.9%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (75.8%), carpooled (4.3%), walked to work (7.3%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (10.4%)

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#38. Rolette County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 1.6%
– Average commute time: 15.5 minutes
— 2.1 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 7.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (85.0%), carpooled (9.3%), walked to work (1.8%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (3.1%)

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#37. Steele County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.9%
– Average commute time: 16.2 minutes
— 1.4 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.1%
– Worked outside county of residence: 37.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (76.4%), carpooled (4.7%), walked to work (4.9%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (12.9%)

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#36. Bottineau County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.1%
– Average commute time: 17.4 minutes
— 0.2 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 8.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 20.4%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (74.7%), carpooled (8.4%), walked to work (6.8%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (8.7%)

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#35. Eddy County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.8%
– Average commute time: 15.1 minutes
— 2.5 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 19.1%
– Worked outside county of residence: 26.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (68.2%), carpooled (10.0%), walked to work (13.6%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (6.5%)

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#34. Hettinger County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.4%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.5%
– Average commute time: 17.6 minutes
— 0.0 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 17.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 24.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.7%), carpooled (2.2%), walked to work (9.3%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (9.4%)

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#33. Bowman County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.4%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.0%
– Average commute time: 14.7 minutes
— 2.9 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 15.8%
– Worked outside county of residence: 9.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (77.6%), carpooled (5.7%), walked to work (7.7%), public transportation (0.5%), worked from home (7.3%)

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#32. Morton County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.5%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.7%
– Average commute time: 20.4 minutes
— 2.8 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 14.6%
– Worked outside county of residence: 55.5%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (84.9%), carpooled (8.3%), walked to work (0.8%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (5.1%)

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#31. Oliver County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.6%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.5%
– Average commute time: 24 minutes
— 6.4 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 16.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 44.2%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (81.1%), carpooled (5.2%), walked to work (2.8%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (10.6%)

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#30. Barnes County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.6%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.9%
– Average commute time: 18.8 minutes
— 1.2 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.9%
– Worked outside county of residence: 17.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (79.7%), carpooled (9.6%), walked to work (5.3%), public transportation (0.6%), worked from home (3.9%)

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#29. Mercer County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.7%
— 60+ minute commute: 6.7%
– Average commute time: 18 minutes
— 0.4 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 25.8%
– Worked outside county of residence: 12.1%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (86.6%), carpooled (4.9%), walked to work (2.9%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (5.1%)

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#28. McKenzie County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.7%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.1%
– Average commute time: 19.1 minutes
— 1.5 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 13.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.6%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (80.4%), carpooled (6.2%), walked to work (1.8%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (8.1%)

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#27. Walsh County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.9%
– Average commute time: 16.7 minutes
— 0.9 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.9%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (83.7%), carpooled (9.5%), walked to work (2.3%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (3.8%)

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#26. Emmons County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 1.9%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.2%
– Average commute time: 17.9 minutes
— 0.3 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.4%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (72.3%), carpooled (8.4%), walked to work (7.6%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (11.6%)

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#25. Adams County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.0%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.1%
– Average commute time: 15 minutes
— 2.6 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 12.2%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (64.9%), carpooled (11.7%), walked to work (7.0%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (15.0%)

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#24. Griggs County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.8%
– Average commute time: 16.4 minutes
— 1.2 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 13.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 20.1%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (69.6%), carpooled (12.7%), walked to work (7.6%), public transportation (0.3%), worked from home (9.2%)

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#23. LaMoure County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.5%
– Average commute time: 17.7 minutes
— 0.1 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 22.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (70.8%), carpooled (7.0%), walked to work (8.1%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (13.0%)

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#22. Burleigh County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.4%
– Average commute time: 18.3 minutes
— 0.7 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (83.4%), carpooled (9.1%), walked to work (1.4%), public transportation (0.2%), worked from home (4.9%)

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#21. Billings County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 8.8%
– Average commute time: 24.1 minutes
— 6.5 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 20.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 46.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (73.1%), carpooled (1.8%), walked to work (5.9%), public transportation (2.1%), worked from home (12.3%)

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#20. Richland County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.4%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.5%
– Average commute time: 19.5 minutes
— 1.9 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 13.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 17.7%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (80.9%), carpooled (9.0%), walked to work (2.6%), public transportation (0.3%), worked from home (5.9%)

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#19. McLean County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.5%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.4%
– Average commute time: 22.1 minutes
— 4.5 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 17.0%
– Worked outside county of residence: 26.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (77.5%), carpooled (9.2%), walked to work (3.2%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (8.6%)

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#18. Cavalier County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.5%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.8%
– Average commute time: 14.9 minutes
— 2.7 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 7.2%
– Worked outside county of residence: 10.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (73.2%), carpooled (14.4%), walked to work (4.7%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (6.9%)

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#17. Nelson County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.7%
— 60+ minute commute: 6.3%
– Average commute time: 20.1 minutes
— 2.5 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 16.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 26.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (72.2%), carpooled (10.6%), walked to work (7.5%), public transportation (0.4%), worked from home (6.4%)

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#16. Mountrail County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 2.9%
— 60+ minute commute: 8.4%
– Average commute time: 21.1 minutes
— 3.5 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 8.6%
– Worked outside county of residence: 21.1%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (75.0%), carpooled (10.6%), walked to work (6.7%), public transportation (0.5%), worked from home (6.2%)

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#15. Stutsman County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.0%
— 60+ minute commute: 3.9%
– Average commute time: 15 minutes
— 2.6 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 11.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 7.2%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (80.2%), carpooled (10.1%), walked to work (3.8%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (3.8%)

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#14. Ramsey County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.7%
– Average commute time: 16.3 minutes
— 1.3 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 5.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 13.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (73.1%), carpooled (11.2%), walked to work (8.5%), public transportation (1.3%), worked from home (4.1%)

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#13. Stark County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.4%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.7%
– Average commute time: 17.9 minutes
— 0.3 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 20.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 8.2%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.8%), carpooled (9.8%), walked to work (2.2%), public transportation (0.8%), worked from home (7.6%)

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#12. Dickey County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.5%
— 60+ minute commute: 5.8%
– Average commute time: 18.2 minutes
— 0.6 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 11.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 19.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (68.8%), carpooled (9.6%), walked to work (7.0%), public transportation (0.6%), worked from home (12.3%)

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#11. Grant County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.5%
— 60+ minute commute: 11.1%
– Average commute time: 20.7 minutes
— 3.1 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 16.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 16.7%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (66.7%), carpooled (8.8%), walked to work (11.4%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (12.5%)

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#10. Golden Valley County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.6%
— 60+ minute commute: 8.2%
– Average commute time: 23.4 minutes
— 5.8 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 9.5%
– Worked outside county of residence: 19.9%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.8%), carpooled (5.1%), walked to work (7.5%), public transportation (0.3%), worked from home (8.3%)

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#9. Kidder County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.6%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.3%
– Average commute time: 26.7 minutes
— 9.1 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 37.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (67.1%), carpooled (18.0%), walked to work (6.4%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (7.4%)

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#8. Wells County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.7%
— 60+ minute commute: 4.8%
– Average commute time: 17.5 minutes
— 0.1 minutes shorter than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 7.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 14.9%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (67.1%), carpooled (11.6%), walked to work (13.1%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (7.3%)

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#7. Ward County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 6.6%
– Average commute time: 18.9 minutes
— 1.3 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 11.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 7.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (81.4%), carpooled (10.7%), walked to work (2.0%), public transportation (0.4%), worked from home (4.2%)

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#6. Slope County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 3.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 8.7%
– Average commute time: 21.2 minutes
— 3.6 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.1%
– Worked outside county of residence: 32.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (54.5%), carpooled (3.9%), walked to work (13.2%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (27.0%)

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#5. Sheridan County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 4.2%
— 60+ minute commute: 10.7%
– Average commute time: 21.9 minutes
— 4.3 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 10.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 37.0%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (61.8%), carpooled (17.9%), walked to work (5.5%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (11.6%)

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#4. McHenry County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 4.3%
— 60+ minute commute: 10.5%
– Average commute time: 25.9 minutes
— 8.3 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.7%
– Worked outside county of residence: 45.8%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (74.4%), carpooled (7.5%), walked to work (4.3%), public transportation (0.1%), worked from home (12.6%)

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#3. Ransom County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 4.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 7.1%
– Average commute time: 23.7 minutes
— 6.1 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 18.6%
– Worked outside county of residence: 26.7%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (78.9%), carpooled (12.0%), walked to work (3.6%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (5.3%)

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#2. Burke County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 5.9%
— 60+ minute commute: 9.7%
– Average commute time: 23.8 minutes
— 6.2 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 10.3%
– Worked outside county of residence: 31.3%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (72.9%), carpooled (11.0%), walked to work (7.8%), public transportation (0.0%), worked from home (8.1%)

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#1. Renville County

– Workers with 90+ minute commute: 8.8%
— 60+ minute commute: 17.4%
– Average commute time: 35.5 minutes
— 17.9 minutes longer than state average
– Left for work from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.: 12.4%
– Worked outside county of residence: 46.2%
– Means of transportation: drove alone (75.8%), carpooled (13.1%), walked to work (3.6%), public transportation (0.6%), worked from home (6.9%)

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