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Synonyms for commute

travel to and from


  • travel to and from
  • shuttle between
  • travel between
  • travel back and forth between

Synonyms for commute

to give up in return for something else

Synonyms for commute

a regular journey of some distance to and from your place of work

Related Words

exchange positions without a change in value

travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home

change the order or arrangement of

exchange a penalty for a less severe one

exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category

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We've seen a significant decrease in daily commute times and increase in available free time among commuters in Mexico who have switched to an ElectroBike and use it on a regular basis," said Israel Garavito, managing director of Curbside Commuters.
However, we recognise that service initiatives are also important to provide our commuters with a positive travel experience.
The commuters also said that the authorities concerned should take stern action against the transporters involved in route violations.
The sheds of the bus stops are either absence or having large holes resultantly the commuters cannot sit inside the bus stops.
Although public transportation commuters and auto drivers were treated equally under a temporary tax provision that expired Dec.
Additional issues that may differentiate commuters and noncommuters include their motivation to attend college, their support groups, how they spend their time, their involvement in school, and their attitudes towards the university.
Soon, angry commuters jumped down on the tracks to stop all trains," said Sukumar.
Metro officials say they are planning to launch a marketing campaign next year to lure commuters out of their cars and onto the bus.
Even if a new Penn Station were built between 7th and 8th, the size would be circumscribed, which would limit the number of commuters that could actually fit through the space.
The complete Top 20 Best Workplaces for Commuters from the FORTUNE 500 Companies list can be downloaded from the BWC website at http://www.
surely we can do the same, albeit on a grander scale, to shift more commuters to public transit.
Early reports from Spanish officials said three Madrid train stations were hit by the explosions, which tore open crowded commuter trains as they approached the stations during the morning rush hour on March 11.
Council members are expected to introduce a bill next week that would tax commuters from Maryland and Virginia on incomes they earn in the District, saying residents from those states benefit from city services, but don't pay for them.
Mineta commended 11 publicly supported agencies from eight States and Washington, DC, as pioneers in providing choices for commuters in dealing with congestion and the challenge of getting to work:
They should remember, for example, that commuters do fly smaller aircraft and that their pilots work longer hours and generally are less experienced than those at the major airlines.