One of the most common conversations among New Yorkers involves the commute - what train do you take, how packed is it, can you get a seat during rush hour, yadda yadda.
And if you don't take the train, how long is your walk? Or do you simply live large and cab it into work?
I know a handful of people lucky enough to walk to work each day. Some walk for exercise, others walk to reduce stress. Walking saves a bit of money, too. If you walk to work for a month, you save $108 dollars!
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