Posted Tuesday, October 1st 2013 @ 8am
If you find yourself sitting in traffic on I-95 on the way to (or from) work, staring at the car in front of you, you're certainly not alone. According to data compiled by the Providence Plan, over eighty percent of commuting workers over the age of 16 -- more than 400,000 Rhode Islanders -- drive alone to work.
So who's on the road the longest? The data show that 31.5% of commuting Rhode Islanders spend less than 15 minutes traveling to work -- and 15.1% spend more than 40 minutes making their way daily to their place of employment.
Ron and GoLocalProv's Kate Nagle discuss.