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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Married workers with growing families often seek larger homes in the suburbs outside of metro areas, adding to their commute time, which is an average of 2.
Engagement at work may buffer the effects of stress from a long commute because engaged workers are more likely to look forward to their work, probably making a long commute more tolerable.
Locally, Whatcom Council of Governments received a Commute Smart Community Award for the Smart Trips program.
The number of extreme commutes has grown substantially in recent years.
It has been argued that the problem is a practical one of measuring motivation: that if we could only measure the personal component of the motivation to commute, we could allow deductions.
In fact, even in Portland almost everyone commutes in a private vehicle and less than 6 percent of workers in the region use transit to get to work.
Some stated that they did live close enough to actively commute but preferred to be dropped off by a parent.
N The UK has the longest commuting time in Europe at 45 minutes a day, almost twice as long a commute as the Italians.
And, if a full-fledged commute isn't feasible, consider a truncated, midday or alternative run to celebrate the day.
One solution to the problem of spatial mismatch is a reverse commute program.