I love it when news just drops out of the sky. I've been looking for research on commuter statistics in America and didn't really know where to start. Today, CNN told me:
The Transportation Research Board has just released their "Commuting in America" study, which shows that the number of workers with commutes over 1 hour (me!) has gone up 50% since the study began in 1986. Also, more Americans are leaving for work between 5 and 6:30am. Yikes, not me.
Personally I leave for work at 7:30 and arrive at 9:10. So, an hour and 40.