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After A Year Working From Home, How Californians Are Preparing (Or Trying To Reinvent) Their Long Commute




Cars stuck in Los Angeles traffic.
Cars stuck in Los Angeles traffic.
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There are plenty of things we've been forced to go without during the last year -- seeing friends and family in-person, going out with friends and coworkers, live events like sports, music, theater and more. But for many Southern Californians who endured long daily commutes to and from work before the pandemic forced some professionals to work from home, they're welcoming having the time they might have otherwise spent sitting in traffic for other things. But as more shots go into arms and it becomes safe to return to the office environment, many of us will have to resume our daily commutes.

Today on AirTalk, we want to hear from you -- if you've been working from home since the start of the pandemic and you'll have to be commuting again soon, how are you approaching it? Are you looking at alternatives to resuming that commute? Join our live conversation by calling us at 866-893-5722.