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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When choosing new forms of commuting, the suitability of the train as a working environment is emphasized.
'The average commuting cost for vanpoolers is 50 percent less than the cost for commuters who travel alone in their vehicles,' said NMDOT's Transit and Rail Director David Harris.
And while some might argue that commuting to work by bike is easier said than done, US advocacy group PeopleforBikes has tried to come up with solutions to hurdles potential bike commuters might face.
Since 57 per cent of men and 66 per cent of women in the UK are overweight or obese- a condition linked with a range of poor health outcomes- the authors of the research aimed to investigate how different modes of active commuting (car, cycling, walking, mixed-mode) might alter the association between obesity and adverse health outcomes.
You don't have to live in Scotland, where the first snow fell back in September, in order to suffer a case of the commuting blues.
Even the quickest forms of commuting were taking longer - cycling up by six minutes to 44 minutes a day and walking by two minutes to 29, said the TUC.
"Not only is the time spent commuting an issue, the 9-to-5 culture with its peak travel times generates congestion and the rushhours on railways, underground and road networks increase stress for commuters."
One way of doing so would be investing in natural commuting routes for cycling and walking,' said Mark Nieuwenhuijsen from the University of Barcelona.
According to a recently published study, about three in four Filipinos have experienced being late to something because of commuting. Commuters and motorists alike spend a little over 16-days stuck in traffic every year which translates to 100,000 pesos in lost productivity.
workers the total time they spend each day commuting to and from work.
Most people measure that radius in time rather than distance; studies show they are generally unwilling to spend much more than 30 minutes commuting each way on a long-term basis.
Commuting accidents cost the public up to RM800 million each year via compensation payments by the Social Security Organisation (Socso), said Human Resources Minister M.