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commuter

An air carrier operator, operating under relevant rules, that carries passengers on at least five round trips per week on at least one route between two or more points according to its published flight schedules. The schedules must specify the times, day of the week, and locations of these flights. The aircraft that a commuter operates has 30 or fewer passenger seats and a payload capability of 7500 lb or less.
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The average travel time for workers who commute by public transportation is higher than that of workers who use other modes.
A recent Swedish study confirms the connection between longer commutes, health complaints, and days missed from work.
Gregoire recognized the efforts of these employers and communities April 13, announcing the winners of the 2010 Governor's Commute Smart Awards at a ceremony hosted at the Governor's Mansion in Olympia.
Extreme commutes also speak to the desire some people have to live farther from the city, said Paul Mason Fotsch, a professor at California State University, Northridge, and the author of "Watching the Traffic Go By: Transportation and Isolation in Urban America.
Likewise, we are told the average commute time in the New York City metropolitan area without controlling for distance.
The number of extreme commutes has grown substantially in recent years.
Women (but not African-American women) have shorter commutes than men.
metropolitan region; the average household there has a shorter commute and pays 5 percent less of its budget on transportation than a similar household in Houston, which is only starting to realize the benefits of balanced transportation.
He commutes to Apache Junction from his Carefree home for four weeks to complete the audit.
One solution to the problem of spatial mismatch is a reverse commute program.
Four percent of adults who commute to work have called in sick to work because they couldn't face their commute.
QUETTA -- Long commutes to work, particularly more than 10 miles (16 km), may be hazardous to health and are associated with increased weight, bigger waistlines and poorer heart and lung fitness, according to a new study.