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December 2, 2014 An experiment in Chicago randomly assigned train and bus riders to either talk to the stranger next to them or commute quietly. The result? Even for introverts, silence leaves you sadder.
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"So I got a ticket," bike commuter Molly Millar wrote in a tweet last week. The Vancouver cyclist had left her bike in a rack outside her office building.
August 5, 2013 A cyclist who commutes to work in Vancouver was surprised and angered last week when she found a note on her bike threatening its confiscation. Her offense? Parking in the "15-minute only" bike rack.
February 7, 2013 What people say when they're late to work: having a bad hair day, wearing your roommate's girlfriend's shoes, and delivering a stranger's baby on the side of the road.
February 5, 2013 Researchers at Texas A&M have crunched travel times in cities across the nation and they've got some startling advice for drivers. If you're hoping to get to parent-teacher night on time in some places, get in the car now.
Traffic flows over the American Legion Bridge along I-495, the Washington Beltway, between Virginia and Maryland.
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September 27, 2011 An annual study of the nation's worst traffic problems ranked the Washington, D.C., metro area as the leader.
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