A survey by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments provides insight into how our commutes have evolved since 2001. People are generally more frustrated about their trips to the office, but that has spurred some to change their habits. And technology has made it possible for many to ditch the office altogether, at least once a week.
SOURCE: State of the Commute Survey | Tobey/The Washington Post - August 8, 2010
The private car is still king Article | Nicholas Ramfos, director of the Commuter Connections service, wants to help people find the best way to get to work while imposing the least stress on the D.C. region's transportation system. He couches this goal in the language of commuters: "It's all about time and money."