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2004 State of the Commute Survey Results Released

Sep 20, 2005

The 2004 State of the Commute Report shows the number of employees telecommuting under formal work programs has gone up 27 percent -- to 32 percent of all workers -- since the last survey was conducted in 2001. The report documents trends in commuting behaviors in the metropolitan Washington Region, and is based on a survey of 7,500 commuters conducted by the Commuter Connections program of the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.

For more information on Commuter Connections, click here.

To download a free copy of the report, click here.

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