Residents of the eastern San Gabriel Valley tend to have commutes longer than the county average. The longest commutes of all belong to the residents of Walnut. On average, they spend about 37 minutes driving to work.
The next longest average commute is nearly 35 minutes and belongs to Diamond Bar residents. Residents of Hacienda Heights have commutes nearly as long – slightly more than 34 minutes.
The common thread among these areas is that they’re located along the 60 Freeway. As it turns out, six of the 10 cities and county areas with the longest commute times are along the Route 60 corridor.
Read more in Justin Velasco’s story Commute.