In Philadelphia, nearly a quarter of all commutes to work involve public transportation, one of the highest percentages in the nation. Roughly 40 percent of working Philadelphians reverse commute, meaning they travel to the suburbs and beyond for their primary jobs; this percentage is about average for large U.S. cities. In terms of commute time, Philadelphians’ trips are slightly longer than in some peer cities.
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