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wnyc:

Census figures suggest tens of thousands people FLY to work each week. Check out Transportation Nation’s interactive map of the top routes to the biggest “super commuter” cities.

wnyc:

Census figures suggest tens of thousands people FLY to work each week. Check out Transportation Nation’s interactive map of the top routes to the biggest “super commuter” cities.

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    Not seeing a line from St. Louis to Atlanta, but my mom does that every week, like a boss.
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    that’d be hella helllllla dope if one if those 30 was….. Me
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    commuting to work
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    My dad does this. LAX to JFK then to work. I can’t imagine.
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