reverse commute


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reverse commute

- To travel to work opposite of the normal rush of traffic.
See also related terms for traffic.
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The reverse commute is likewise a growing phenomenon, Mr.
On a recent afternoon, a lone tour bus made the reverse commute, moving slowly down a deserted Lenin Avenue.
With a lack of housing for the young generation, a reverse commute has been created with rural workers living in town.
Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC): Available from the Department of Social Services and DOT, JARC provides access to employment opportunities for low-income workers, including those with disabilities, and Temporary Family Assistance-eligible individuals.
The program accommodates downtown residents who reverse commute with jobs in the suburbs and poor bus service opposing peak hour directions.
The city is within the 30-mile zone including Hollywood studios and offers a reverse commute, Kellar said.
With occupancy costs 60 to 80 percent lower than Manhattan, and the added benefits of the reverse commute and suburban appeal of western Morris County, this campus truly presents an unparalleled large-block leasing opportunity.
Begun in 1998, the Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) program provides grants to states and localities for improving the mobility of low-income persons seeking work.
Though conceived as a convenience for the local community, Main Street is a hot new destination for outsiders undeterred by the reverse commute.
If they were not working in central cities, nonpoor blacks were most likely to live and work in the suburbs, but this pattern is closely followed by central city residence and reverse commute to the suburbs.
The Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) program--Administered by the Federal Transit Administration, the program authorizes funds annually for a national competition to support new or expanded transportation services that connect parents on welfare and other low-income workers to jobs and employment-related services.