Old 07-15-19, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
Parking is the key. That's why I mentioned it above. Parking at my workplace is free and plentiful, because there used to be many thousands of employees here 50 years ago and now there's hundreds; and the sprawl hasn't eaten us yet for various reasons. I live close enough to ride straight from home. But if I lived 20 miles away, and there were no parking, it would be something to think about.
Fair enough

I work in the suburbs. Parking is never an issue.

But I can see how working in a place like Washington DC, where parking sucks 24/7/365, would make splitting the commute type a viable option
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