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Commuting

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  • Bostonians grit teeth through nightmare commutes after snows

    Nearly 8 feet of snowfall this winter has paralyzed greater Boston's transit system, infuriating commuters on and off the rails who may not see a return to normal for at least a month. Commuter, subway and Amtrak trains were delayed or canceled...
  • Chicago archbishop distributes ashes, extends invitation

    Chicago archbishop distributes ashes, extends invitation
    Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich on Ash Wednesday extended an invitation to people across the city to participate in the Festival of Forgiveness during the second weekend of Lent. Two dozen Roman Catholic parishes, shrines and campus ministry sites in...
  • Whiteouts reported as snowstorm sweeps into Md.

    Maryland State Police are reporting whiteouts due to heavy snow and high winds in the far western part of the state as a storm sweeps in. Police and the Maryland State Highway Administration are urging people to avoid driving Wednesday evening, including...
  • English soccer fans chanting 'we're racist' block black man from train

    Police in Britain and France are searching Wednesday for a group of English soccer fans who blocked a black man from boarding the Paris Metro and chanted: “We’re racist, we’re racist, and that’s the way we like it.” The...
  • Governor huddles with Massachusetts commuter rail operators

    Gov. Charlie Baker, stepping up his direct response to weather-related public transit breakdowns, said Wednesday he was tired of "excuses" and insisted the contractor that operates the state's commuter rail system improve service and keep customers better...
  • Metro-North: Delays on Hudson, Harlem, New Haven lines

    An earlier power issue is causing delays on Metro-North's Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines. Metro-North said Tuesday that commuters should expect 30 to 40 minute delays in and out of Grand Central Terminal during the evening rush hour. Copyright...
  • State's 5 worst bottlenecks are in L.A., Orange counties

    State's 5 worst bottlenecks are in L.A., Orange counties
    During the evening rush hour, a section of Interstate 5 between the 710 and 605 freeways becomes a mosh pit of commuters as tens of thousands of vehicles outbound from L.A. squeeze from five lanes to four. The crush can last three hours or more and,...
  • Commuters compose songs, follow pretty routes to minimize stress

    Years of driving from Venice to Encino in stop-and-go traffic on the 405 Freeway took a toll on Ken Elkinson. But the Venice resident, who works in insurance, didn't realize how much his stress was affecting him until his 4-year-old twins began...
  • Tips to keep commuting stress at bay

    Tips to keep commuting stress at bay
    If working from home is out of the question, here are a few ways to make the commute more enjoyable: •Check traffic before leaving (or download a navigation app): Just knowing how long it will take to get somewhere can help reduce the worry...
  • Auto traffic in Los Angeles? It's been stressful from the start

    Auto traffic in Los Angeles? It's been stressful from the start
    When automobiles hit the streets of Los Angeles, it became clear pretty quickly that this was going to tax the nerves. First came complaints from streetcar users and pedestrians that car owners drove like maniacs. L.A. needs layers of roads! By...
  • Lessons learned while commuting to work on a bike

    Lessons learned while commuting to work on a bike
    Cold is better than heat and heat is preferable to rain, though the end result between heat and rain often is the same – a wet body. Cool is without a doubt the best. That's one of the lessons I've learned as I near the end of my first year...