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October 9, 2014

N.Y., San Francisco best cities to commute without car

The study used ranked each metro region by how long it takes people to get to work: Jobs that can be reached within 10 minutes are worth more than those accessible with 20 minutes, and so on, up to 60 minutes.


September 20, 2012

Analysis: Group commuting up

Additionally, approximately two-thirds saw jumps in residents using public transit, while driving to work alone dropped in about two-thirds, or more than 200 metropolitan areas.


May 30, 2012

Calif. transit breaks ground on $270M rail extension

Sacramento Regional Transit is building the project to provide a commuting alternative to the region’s most congested freeway.


March 30, 2011

Delaware DART announces new interactive system

The database allows commuters direct access to finding ridematch partners, logging and tracking "clean" commutes, updating their profile in real time, transit information and finding rides to special events.


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