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Roseline Gorantla commutes from the Philadelphia suburbs to D.C. Her morning commute the day WTOP shadowed her: three hours, 42 minutes.
The commute to Linda Baer's D.C. job is a marathon, taking her through multiple modes of transportation and spanning about 3 1/2 hours.
He's not a morning person, but family and church keep him waking up at 3 a.m. for the three-hour trip.
WTOP's Commuter Idle winner arrived at work in style Tuesday.
What in the world would make someone want to commute three hours each way, every single day of the week?
Evans Edwards is a career firefighter and medic for Fairfax County Fire and Rescue. He loves his job, but he's not so crazy about his 235-mile, three-hour-20-minute one-way commute.
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