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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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And, married black men and women competing with their white counterparts on the corporate ladder will probably experience a commuter relationship somewhere along their career path.
This has been the case especially since deregulation in 1978, when the major airlines were allowed to leave the less profitable routes to the minors, known as commuters, or as those in the industry prefer, "regional airlines '" And, though it may surprise Will, the latest information from the research director of the congressionally created Aviation Safety Commission indicates that for those who fly with the bottom two-thirds (by size) of the commuter airlines, it's too close to say whether driving a car is riskier than flying.
com, or by contacting Commuter Check at 1-800-531-2828.
However, we recognise that service initiatives are also important to provide our commuters with a positive travel experience.
He said there should be an effective mechanism to ensure route completion and grievances of the commuters should be addressed by the authorities concerned.
Commuters have demanded of the authorities concerned to take action against the drivers found involved in the malpractice of non-completion of route and overcharging.
South Florida Commuter Services' programs strive to reduce the number of cars on the road, which in turn helps to reduce smog and greenhouse gasses in the Miami-Dade area.
Without commuter rail, this project could not move forward," District 2 Councilor Philip P.
Mumbai: Suburban trains on the Western Railway (WR) came to a standstill on Wednesday as thousands of angry commuters at Borivali station blocked the tracks to protest against poor services.
Or what would show off your bling better than a glowing bronze Chrysler Imperial concept commuter, with suicide doors and a top speed of 160 mph?
The building previously lacked memorable spaces for commuters waiting for a ferry or as a destination for tourists.
Last March, Connecticut Governor John Rowland (R) announced $12 million in funding for a possible suburb-to-suburb commuter rail system, but then slashed the budget for the Transportation Strategy Board, just established in 2001.