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LA2050

Metric

Travel time to work connect
In 2018, 52 percent of Angelenos reported having commute times of over 30 minutes, and 15.1 percent of Angelenos reported having a work commute of 60 minutes or more.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Our target:
Less than 35 percent of Angelenos will have commute times of over 30 minutes, and less than 10 percent will have commute times of over 60 minutes.
53 %
2018
35 %
2050

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