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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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"The majority of passengers through the station are commuters on NJ Transit or Long Island Rail Road trains, yet Amtrak makes all the decisions," Munoz said.
New Delhi (India), Jan 1 ( ANI ): With an aim to improve the travelling experience of commuters, the Delhi Government on Tuesday gave its nod for the modernisation of seven bus terminals in the national capital.
26, 2018, grounding hundreds of flights and causing slick roads for commuters as they returned to work after the Thanksgiving weekend.
Commuters and motorists alike spend a little over 16-days stuck in traffic every year which translates to 100,000 pesos in lost productivity.
"Problems plaguing the transport sector have put the commuters right in the middle of the fray.
The few BRTC double-decker buses in operation are unable to carry the huge number of commuters waiting for a ride.
That's compared with a measly 5% of commuters who do so in England and Wales.
and networks are commonly-used transport The data, analysed from the most recent census, also shows different modes of commuter transport.
Although, no increase in public transport was approved by the local transport authority, the transporters started fleecing commuters after the recent Rs3.56 increase in petroleum prices by the government.
Traffic blocks, protesters and the unnecessary delays have frustrated commuters who blame the law enforcement for their mismanagement and failure to ensure smooth flow of traffic.
Commuters are facing serious problems in the federal capital due to absence of proper bus stops, particularly on Islamabad Highway.
Houston: Among suburban counties, Fort Bend County sent the highest share of commuters into a nearby urban county with 59.7 percent of its workforce - or 169,194 residents - heading into Harris County, home to Houston.