These New York Towns Have the Worst Commutes In the Capital Region
Is commuting to work in New York better or worse since the pandemic? Maybe it has stayed the same? Whichever situation you find yourself in, the volume of traffic around you has become the 'new normal' and nobody likes sitting, bumper to bumper when we are trying to get to work on time.
Which New York cities have the worst commutes? Which New York cities have it easy breezy to and from work? Let's take a look at your hometown in the Capital Region.
The folks at Stacker compiled a list of the cities with the worst commutes in New York using data from the Census Bureau. Let's face it, we are creatures of habit and we leave the house at about the same time every day and so do those that we share the roads with.
Here's how your hometown stacks up. Let's work our way up to the Worst Commutes in the Capital Region of New York.
#7 - Troy, NY - Spending an average of 20.7 minutes in the car.
#6 - Amsterdam, NY - Spending an average of 20.8 minutes in the car.
#5 - Schenectady, NY - Spending an average of 21.8 minutes in the car.
#4 - Gloversville, NY - Spending an average of 23.5 minutes in the car.
#3 - Cohoes, NY - Spending an average of 23.9 minutes in the car.
#2 - Albany, NY - Spending an average of 24.4 minutes in the car.
#1 - Saratoga Springs, NY - The worst commute in the Capital Region belongs to those that live in Saratoga with an average of 25 minutes in the car.