If you live in Braintree, you probably spend about 30 minutes commuting to work.
That's according to an interactive map we posted earlier this week that shows average commute times for different neighborhoods in Braintree and elsewhere in Greater Boston.
Based on what readers told us on Facebook, that 30-minute average commute can end up taking you not very far.
It's 30 minutes in the afternoon from the Wood Road area to East Braintree down Elm Street for Cindy Lee. For Mike Hankes it can take 25 minutes just to get from the Highlands to Toyota of Braintree.
Using Route 37, Highlands to the South Shore Plaza takes 20 to 30 minutes in Karen O'Brien Collins' experience.
Others have it easier. Beth Galvin Iwanicki has an eight-minute walk, or one-minute drive.
Although each neighborhood is different, those who live in western Braintree, near Five Corners, down West Street and Pond Street seem to have lower commute times than other parts of the town. On the other hand, if you live in East or North Braintree, your commute is a bit longer, according to the map, which is based on the United States Census Bureau's 2011 American Community Survey.
That makes sense to Kristyn Mills, who says on Facebook, "The Washington street onramp has been a nightmare the last year or so most mornings."
Not everyone clocks in around 30 minutes.
Some take three times as long, like Kate Naughton, who said sometimes it takes her 90 minutes to get to Dorchester. The longest we heard was two hours, a trip Christopher James Jones takes Friday evenings from the Brookline border to Boston University to East Braintree.
What's your commute like? Tell us in the comments below.