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Americans Rising Earlier, Traveling Longer to Work

A new report says more Americans are leaving for work between 5 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. and are commuting for longer periods of time. Commuters talk about more time spent on the road, as we continue our series: America at 300 million.


Alan Pisarski, author of report about commuting released this week by the Transportation Research Board

Lauren Young, personal business editor at Business Week

Greg Rosoff, works at the U.S. Mint; met future wife on commuter train; his average commute takes four hours total each day

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