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Commuting to Work

Where do you work in Charlotte/Meck  

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  1. 1. Where do you work in Charlotte/Meck

    • Work Downtown, drive from suburbs
      8
    • Work Downtown, ride mass transit from suburbs
      5
    • Work Downtown, walk from downtown locale (include gold rush/trolley)
      9
    • Work CLT not inside loop, drive
      21
    • Work CLT not inside loop, mass transit
      0
    • Work outside CLT/Meck, drive from CLT/Meck
      3
    • Work outside CLT/Meck, drive from Metro but not CLT/Meck
      3
    • Do not work or live in CLT Metro
      0
    • Telecommute
      2
    • Student
      6
    • Do not work
      1


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Work downtown, live in Dilworth. Usuaully drive (I know I know, but I'm selling my car now if anyone is interested), I sometimes ride the trolley to work, and sometimes walk. I'm going to start the Gold Rush thing, and possibly bike.

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I live in Union County, commute mostly in Mecklenburg county via 485 and work across the line off of 29 in Cabarrus County.

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Live in Dilworth. When I am not dogwalking, have a carpet commute to my desk in the front of the apt. Unless I am lazy and drag the laptop on the bed. I do walk for lunch down East though.

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None of the options really fit for me. I live downtown and work in Midtown. I drive, but I suppose I could ride the Gold Rush (Does it go to Midtown?). I always wake up way to late to depend on transit, though. My own fault, but I just can't get myself out of bed until the last possible minute. So, a 5-minute drive works better for me. There isn't much to walk to in the Midtown area (yet) for lunch, so having a car is pretty necessary if I want to eat outside the office (I'll do anything to get away for an hour).

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I drove until gas crossed $2.50/gal last year. Been taking the bus since. Next year.... light rail! :thumbsup:

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