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Follow Up [1]: Rural Clusters and Relative Rurality

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Written by Harsh

February 25th, 2010 at 2:23 pm

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  1. Traffic can be really irritating, you can do a lot of things in your time spend traveling. But we can try walking or biking if the location that you are going to is near. Save time and gas money. also you can avoid traffic jams and it could be your exercise.

    PP

    1 Mar 10 at 10:08 PM

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    5 Apr 10 at 3:25 AM

  3. Oh I totally believe this. I live in the DC metro area and one time it took me two hours to get to work when it usually takes me 30 when there is congestion near Tyson’s Corner. *shakes fist at 495*

    I think a big problem is that everyone likes the convenience of their own car.

    Samantha

    31 Jul 10 at 8:06 PM

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