The irreducible minimum…..

This morning I arrived at work to find an email requesting me to complete an on-line survey about my commuting pattern. It’s all part of the Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) law, which requires participating employers to survey their staff regularly.
I was happy to fill in the survey, but I did encounter some problems. For example, it wanted to know my one-way commute in (integer) miles. I rounded to zero; I hope that’s not going to cause problems. And then it wanted me to select three factors that might persuade me to abandon my personal car in favour of more efficient commuting styles. I searched in vain for the check-box labelled “None of the above – the only way to make my commute more efficient or environmentally friendly would be for me to camp in my office.”

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