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Do you have one of the UK's most expensive commutes?

Commuters love to gripe, don’t they? Colleagues who live around the corner, or who can walk, cycle or e-scooter to work probably think ‘Oh, this again’ every time those who spend the first minutes of their time in the office complaining about how terrible their journey was.

Yet, there’s good reason. With roads increasingly clogged – in March 2019, RAC reported there were over 38million vehicles licensed in the UK – and some of the worst train operators scoring one out of five for punctuality, alongside more fare rises coming in at the start of next year, commuters have it rough.

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Comments (1)

  • Clare Bailey
    Clare Bailey
    Thu, 5 Sep 2019 1:30pm BST
    No one should be riding an e-scooter to work, it's illegal to ride them on the roads and on the pavements.