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Commuting

Traveling from one's residence to one's regular place of business and back to the residence.
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ElectroBikes are designed with high-powered electric motors that assist in pedaling and help commuters travel farther, faster, and reach their destination feeling fresh.
The commuters said that it has become a routine for public transporters to violate the designated routes.
Although the CDA had constructed many bus stops across the city yet due to its negligence, the commuters could not take advantage from them.
Commuters who drive to work can currently receive up to $240 in pretax deductions for parking, while those using bus or rail can only get $125 in pretax deductions to defray the cost of transportation.
Traditional students spend a majority of their time on or around campus, while commuters often have other requirements such as working (possibly more than one job) or taking care of their own (or extended) family, all the while being encumbered with commuting to and from campus for classes (Jacoby, 2000).
The biggest complaints of commuters at Borivali were against Virar-Churchgate-Virar commuters, who do not allow anyone to get into the compartments.
But Orange Line critics continue to complain that the Valley deserved a light-rail line instead of a busway that is less attractive to new commuters.
By accommodating anywhere from 20-33% of the commuter traffic currently forced through Penn Station's existing cramped quarters, 100,000 to 200,000 people a day can flow through Moynihan without needing to go through Penn Station.
According to EPA, BWC is a partnership that provides a way for employers to encourage energy conservation by offering such commuter benefits as subsidized transit passes and vanpool vouchers, telework and rideshare programs, bike lockers, showers, and an emergency ride home.
My wife Deborah worries when I head out on my bike here in traffic-intensive southern Connecticut where, other than the MetroNorth commuter line in and out of New York, there is virtually no public transit and people spend a lot of time sitting in traffic in their mobile phone booths.
The scenario of commuter trains as terrorist targets is particularly troubling, given threats made against railroads in France just a few weeks ago and the apparent terrorist bombing of a commuter train in southern Russia last September, which killed five and wounded 30.
Wynn, Maryland Democrat, said yesterday he has long opposed any measure that would take money from the very commuters that make such a huge contribution to the District's economy.