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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended so much of daily life, and the rush-hour commute is no exception, with large swaths of the workforce now working from home.
This shift has opened the door to extensive research and conversation centered on the disruption, raising questions about the longevity of work-from-home setups, the larger transportation patterns emerging and how to plan for the future.
Some of the broad-stroke changes seen in many metropolitan areas, said Martin Morzynski, vice president of marketing and product management at transportation analysis firm StreetLight Data, is the disappearance of the morning peak rush hour.

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