Commuting times across the state of Texas are all over the place. There are some employees here in the state of Texas who no longer have to commute to work as they now work remotely from their homes.

There are other people on the opposite side of the extreme, that commute multiple hours each day to go to work.  

Texas Commute Times

Most of us at some point in our life have had a longer commute than you would have wanted. I remember multiple years of going to college 50 minutes from where I lived, but my worst was between a 60–90-minute commute just depending on how bad traffic was that day.

But back in those days, I was doing everything possible to show the bosses that I wanted a full-time position.  

How to Determine the Worst Commute Times in Texas 

The commute to work is going to be drastically different if you’re living in Dallas compared to living in a smaller town such as Fredericksburg. But what factors were used to come up with the worst commute times in Texas? They include looking at the number of people who drive alone compared to carpooling or using other means of transportation.  

Specific Commute Times in Texas Counties 

It was interesting to find that only two counties in Texas have average commute times longer than 40 minutes each way.  I’m sure you’re interested in seeing where your county landed on the list of commute times. Let’s look at which Texas counties have the longest commute times.  

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Stacker compiled a list of the counties with the worst commutes in Texas.

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