Commuting


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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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At 78 percent, workers living in principal cities within metro areas had a lower rate of automobile commuting in 2013 than their suburban or nonmetropolitan counterparts (89 and 91 percent, respectively).
MORE people in Wales are commuting outside of the country for work, with around three in 10 people leaving Flintshire each day.
If law can and does affect preferences in general and if tax law can and does change taxpayers' residence preferences, then it seems more plausible to assume that policy regarding taxpayers' commuting expenses does not merely replicate taxpayers' housing preferences, but also shapes them at least to some extent (in which case, we should determine the normatively appropriate way to shape them).
All participating students were asked the same set of open-ended questions: typical commuting mode to and from school, who in the household was the primary decision maker regarding the commute to and from school, and barriers and resources to active commuting.
N The UK has the longest commuting time in Europe at 45 minutes a day, almost twice as long a commute as the Italians.
280A(c)(1)(A), the trips between the residence and other work locations are nondeductible commuting expenses (unless the temporary work location rules apply).
In the early 1980's, the definitions were evaluated on the basis of journey-to-work data from the 1980 census; commuting across area boundaries continued to be minimal.
Gas is Overwhelmingly the Highest Commuting Cost: The majority of commuters (79%) spend most of their commuting money on gas, followed by public transportation (14%) and tolls (3%).
The effects of commuting on personal well-being were greatest for anxiety and happiness, suggesting that commuting affects day-to-day emotions more than overall evaluations of satisfaction with life or the sense that daily activities are worthwhile," the report states.
It really looked specifically and with objective outcomes at how long commuting really affects health.
Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index results also point to a connection between commuting and emotional wellbeing.
The average commuter makes 161 commuting trips and travels 1,391 miles over a year