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Hi,
How long does you commute to university take? My commute time would be around 50 minutes by car or around 40 miles. Is that normal?
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Lancaster is a royal pain in the backside to get to if you don't live in. I commuted for about an hour to my undergrad institution, but that was public transport so a little slower. By car I could've halved that. I think that is pretty normal for people not in halls etc.
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Lancaster is a royal pain in the backside to get to if you don't live in. I commuted for about an hour to my undergrad institution, but that was public transport so a little slower. By car I could've halved that. I think that is pretty normal for people not in halls etc.
Thank you for your reply. I live near the motorway and since Lancaster is also near the motorway, I believe that it would be easier to travel. Do you have any recommendations as a former commuter?
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Thank you for your reply. I live near the motorway and since Lancaster is also near the motorway, I believe that it would be easier to travel. Do you have any recommendations as a former commuter?
Sounds obvious, but leave earlier than you need to because there can and will be holdups, especially on the M6. But if you can mitigate that, I think you are sorted
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