Schools now in everywhere, I believe. Do you take that into account for travel time?

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Schools now in everywhere, I believe. Do you take that into account for travel time?

Bignuf Bignuf
I left the house 15 minutes early this morning...and thank goodness, as I got to work 5 minutes LATER then normal. Of course, all due to stopped and slow school buses and slow school zones now active again.

Do you take into account your commute time, based on the "after labor day" fact that now ALL schools are pretty much open?
09/04/2012
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Rossie Rossie
Simple, just return to the schedule before summer vacation.
09/04/2012
Gracie Gracie
I live very close to a college campus. The beginning of their semester affects traffic more than the beginning of the school year for the rest of us! And it is all over town, not just near campus!
09/04/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
We leave earlier once everyone is back in school. While my son was in summer camp our commute was much easier.
09/04/2012
anonkitty anonkitty
I totally forgot about it. Good grief.
09/04/2012
Ryanne Ryanne
Usually leave pretty early before having to be anywhere for the simple fact traffic is unpredictable
09/04/2012
CaliGirl CaliGirl
Thank goodness where I live it is small and so there isn't really a traffic problem.
09/04/2012
G&L G&L
Yep, but I work at a school so...
09/05/2012
Gdom Gdom
Nope, I don't have to. I walk to class anyway (it's literally across the street) so I wouldn't have to worry even if there was a school zone nearby.
09/05/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Nope, fortunately my drive doesn't go through any bus stops
09/05/2012
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