Maryland Residents Face Long Commutes
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#1 Sep 12, 2007
#2 Sep 12, 2007
Does this mean that Frederick and Washington counties don't have long commutes? We're all headed to the same place.
Jefferson County (probably Berkeley too) has 45% of its residents traveling outside the county to work. Why isn't this every included in the Metro area. I only commute 47 miles to my job but I'm not considered as part of the Census Bureau's numbers.
#3 Sep 13, 2007
How about an average commute time of 60 minutes, which can run into 1.25 hours and on some occasions 2 hours.(One hour is a good day).I commute from Huntingtown to Silver Spring. It's amazing how far I can get in a relatively short period of time. And then I hit the daily backup on the beltway that starts prior to MD Route 650 / New Hampshire Avenue. The commute from that point to my office can takes 20 - 45 minutes or more some days. When is MD going to do something about that stretch of the beltway?
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