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Michael Barnes

The attitude of preferring to drive solo is PART of the reason it takes so long! I either ride my bike or take a commuter train/bus to get to work. Both take more than an hour. If I drove and left really early it would take 20 minutes. If I left at a more normal time it could take 45 - 60 minutes but part of the point is the general refusal for people and companies to carpool or take alternate options at least some days.
Is it really necessary for everyone to drive their large suvs solo and clog the freeway???
It's not worth it to me yet most companies that I've worked for don't offer carpool assistance or incentives or allow remote work, which I was able to do for 5 years and is the best option

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