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What secrets would you reveal to a perfect stranger? A love affair? The misdeeds of a crooked boss? Or, as Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders, would it be how long it really takes you to commute to work?
We all know getting from here to there, especially during rush hour, can be time consuming, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey. Why lie about it?
Ever wonder how the other half lives? More specifically, how other people get to work every day? In government it can involve trains, planes, cars, bikes, even moose, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says.
Residents of southern Maryland have some of the nastiest commutes not just in the area, but the entire country, and some local leaders are hoping to change that.
He's done it every business day for three years. Brett Hack of Herndon's made the 36 mile round trip commute from home to his office in McLean by bike-every day - even in that awful storm on January 26th.
Car Free Day tries to encourage people to get around without using cars.