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A new report by the advocacy group U.S. PIRG shows the number of miles Americans drive have dropped since the middle of the last decade.
Sixty-five percent of the firefighters in Anne Arundel County don't live in the county, and 17 percent live out of state.
More Americans are sharing rides to work or taking public transportation rather than driving alone, according to new Census data.
While many Washingtonians have come to expect the onslaught of heavy traffic, many insist that delays are worse now than ever before.
Some people are commuting hundreds of miles to get to work, using more than one mode of transportation to get to the office. The global economy and the growing number ways to communicate have led to more "super-commuters."