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Synonyms for commute

travel to and from

Synonyms

  • 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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Notably, 'short' commute means spending 15 to 30 minutes on a public transport as opposed to a 39-minute-commute average.
Working during long commutes, or doing nothing if you're unable to, brings about the discussion of work-life balance.
Where you have managed to avoid a lengthy or arduous commute by working at, or close to, home, or in a more free-spirited way, be grateful.
Jams and the cost of travel topped the list of the most annoying things about the daily commute, with delays and dangerous or bad driving coming next.
A long commute may make matters worse for American workers who are "actively disengaged" at work, but is not associated with more daily stress and worry for "engaged" workers.
A-1 Builders and Adaptations Design Studio received a Commute Smart Small Employer Champion award for their program that offers financial incentives for employees who walk, bike, share rides or ride the bus to work.
For a 40-mile round-trip commute this comes to $22.
Approximately 530,000 people are employed at worksites in Washington that participate in commute trip reduction programs.
London - which boasts an extensive tube network - came third in the commute survey, with the average journey to work and back lasting 52 minutes.
For Sparky Cohen of Simi Valley, at least once a week the daily commute means climbing aboard his mountain bike before dawn to pedal his way to his job at Calabasas City Hall.
Mass transit commute times are compared unfavorably to vehicle commutes, but are these for commutes of equal distance?
Growth in suburb-to-suburb commuting now swamps growth in the "traditional" commute from suburb to central city.
Over the past 20 years, more and more commuters have begun experiencing a longer and more demanding commute, with long distance commuters being most commonly found in cities and surrounding areas in London, Liverpool and Manchester," said Professor Lyons.
Specifically, if we assume that a taxpayer should live near her workplace, then her decision to live at a distance from it and to commute is deemed to be a personal choice of residence.
metropolitan region; the average household there has a shorter commute and pays 5 percent less of its budget on transportation than a similar household in Houston, which is only starting to realize the benefits of balanced transportation.