I’ve been commuting since I was in high school, when I had to take the F train to Coney Island to switch for the B train to Bay 50th. After college, it was a long schlep from Brooklyn to Manhattan, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with other passengers in a stiflingly hot subway car. Fast forward to my California days, forfeiting 90 minutes in each direction sitting in traffic on the 101, arriving at work drained and, later, missing dinner with the family. Then a new job I could ride my bike to, over a hill in Sonoma County, burning 500 calories each way! I can testify firsthand to...
A blog about determinants of worker health, by Bob Merberg.
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