1 in 3 middle tennessee commuters travel between counties for work

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4. 1 in 3 Middle Tennessee Workers Commutes Between Counties to Work

People commute some distance in order to get to work. Every third person across Middle Tennessee has to cross county lines in order to find or keep work. Those working in Nashville are coming from Williamson, Rutherford and Coffee Counties or cities like Clarksville and Portland. Those who work in Williamson County are coming from Davidson, Rutherford, Maury, and Sumner Counties.

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