commute from (some place)

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commute from (some place)

To make a routine trip to one's place of work or school from another location (often where one lives). Until you relocate to Manhattan, you'll have to commute from Philadelphia for work.
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If benefits from housing were what we were after, should the person living in A (and enjoying 1200 in housing benefits) not be taxed more than the taxpayer in our previous example, who commutes from A (with housing benefits of 1000 and commuting expenses of 300)?
I'm trying it because of the price of gas, and dealing with traffic,'' said Leslee Usher, 50, who commutes from Panorama City to Woodland Hills.
They also are pressing local officials to foster more ``smart growth'' developments - building high-density housing next to rail stations - to provide alternatives to long commutes from sprawling suburbs.
Nicole Shaghoian braces for bad-weather-day commutes from her home on the Westside to downtown Los Angeles after having been slammed in a five-car pile-up in the rain a decade ago.
But per his own Southern California driving rule, he figures in an extra 15 minutes for periodic commutes from Fullerton to Norco, meaning he always arrives early, leaving time to indulge his car obsession.