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The New Penn Station Is Pretty. But It Might Not Be So Convenient.

New Yorkers have the longest commutes in the nation, according to U.S. Census data released this month. That’s true both within New York City, where the average commute is more than 40 minutes, and in the metro area at large, where the average commute is 36 minutes. That’s a big drain on quality of life and economic productivity, not to mention a strain on the region’s infrastructure and environment.
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