commuting


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  • noun

Synonyms for commuting

the travel of a commuter

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Women have suffered most from the increase in long commuting, with a 131 per cent rise in those travelling three hours or more since 2004.
Also released is a county-to-county commuting flows table package that looks at traveling to work between counties and the primary travel mode people use, based on American Community Survey data collected from 2006 to 2013.
Workers were most likely to head for Cheshire West and Chester, with 14,700 commuting there, according to the Welsh Government figures, followed by 1,100 to Wirral and 900 to Liverpool.
While commuting has long been thought to have some upsides, like providing time to unwind and transition from the workday, the new findings suggest the opposite is true for most people.
Thus, when a taxpayer's residence is either central to her identity or her housing choice is inelastic for any other reason, there are two arguments for allowing commuting expenses.
It's hard to know where to begin to respond to Margy Waller's bizarre proposal to spend $100 billion to support auto commuting.
Programs have recently been implemented with a major emphasis on safer routes to school and improved traffic patterns, both of which allow greater opportunity for active commuting (Staunton, Hubsmith & Kallins, 2003; Zaccari, 2003).
And now the RAC Foundation is calling on the Government to take a fresh look at commuting .
A taxpayer commuting between his residence and a temporary work location outside the metropolitan area where the taxpayer lives and normally works can deduct daily transportation expenses as business expenses.
Runners interested in commuting on foot are urged to choose a safe, convenient and pleasant route, and to plot the basics in advance--where to shower, which clothes to change into, and how to get home.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) 200 Series program, which offers reverse commuting in Philadelphia, advises tying down a long-term private sector commitment and working to compromise with neighhorhood groups, if possible.
3) Commuting patterns are the main factor used in determining the economic relationships among counties, so each economic area includes, as far as possible, the place of work and the place of residence of its labor force.
Developed in partnership with individuals, companies and business leaders in Century City, Commute 90067 is a free online resource designed to simplify the Century City commute by providing alternative transportation resources and information, coordinating carpools and vanpools, and working with the community to develop commuting solutions.
consumers (60%) nationally said their commuting costs have increased over the last five years, while most (79%) indicate gas is their largest cost.
Contract notice: Organization for commuting calberson- rf mangin / rf campus / fmr.