Hybrid work is driving growth in super commuters

So-called “super commuters” who travel 90 minutes or more each way to work are on the rise, as a result of homeowners moving further away from cities in seek of greater housing affordability. That’s according to a new analysis from Apartment List, which said the trend is also likely a result of the impact of

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INRIX ranks America’s most congested cities

Commuting costs Americans both time and money. Indeed, in 2019 the average American spent 99 hours and lost $1,377 sitting in traffic jams, according to the 2019 Global Traffic Scorecard from INRIX, a provider of transportation analytics. INRIX’s scorecard measures congestion and mobility trends in 900 cities across 43 countries, and found that between 2017

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