Study ranks best, worst commutes in Middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -
If you live in Nashville, you may think you have the worst commute in Middle Tennessee. But a new study shows that may not be the case.
The Nashville Business Journal has compiled a list of the best and worst commutes in the mid-state.
Nashville did pretty well, coming in at number five.
The best commute goes to the folks in Tullahoma.
Brentwood, Franklin and Gallatin didn't fair too poorly in the rankings.
But coming in at the bottom were Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, La Vergne and Spring Hill.
Analysts behind the study looked at how long the average commute takes, added points for the percentage of drivers whose trip to work takes longer than 45 minutes and awarded points for commutes that are less than 30 minutes.
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