Longest, shortest, smallest, largest routes in the country
June 26, 2011No Comments
The longest rural route in the country is located in Gridley, KS.
It is 183 miles!
The current EMA rate on this route is $128.10 per day.
The shortest regular route in the country is located in Kyle, TX. It is 4 miles!
The current EMA rate on this route is $26.60 per day.
The longest regular rural route assigned an LLV is located in Okeechobee, FL. It has 132 miles!
Two other routes in this office are 115 miles and 111 miles; all have LLVs assigned.
The largest rural route in the country is located in Ontario, CA.
It is evaluated at 99:59 per week
The smallest evaluated regular rural route in the country is located in Arbon, ID (population 177) in a one route office. It is evaluated at 11:45 per week.
This route has 33 boxes in an area that only has 0.7 people per square mile.
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