Originally Posted by Stifled
I highly doubt this is done by other than a couple and I mean a couple of people.
It just makes no sense because not only is it too far, but this is a Philly suburb.
You are not talking about NEPA...the Philly market has oppurtunities..it's not like there is nothing there to do.
JerzBoy is right. There is a 5-day/wk monthly pass for commuters from Greyhound Mt.Laurel to Manhattan/New York City. Parking is free. People do it.
Also, it's theoretically possible to live in the luxury apts. across Cherry Hill Mall (Cherry Hill Towers) and catch the 6:50am Boltbus (arrives 8:30) which goes to NYC.
Although relying on Boltbus for commute wouldn't be a good idea (what if the bus doesn't show up?)
Lastly, some also take the RiverLine into Trenton Transit, or drive up to Hamilton for the NEC Line, but I think that's more of the Burlington County crowd.
No doubt Cherry Hill is a Philly town, but there are some workers that commute to Manhattan.
Just a random guess and something I wish I knew exactly: but I'd guess: maybe 40% of CH has some dealing with Philly, 25% elsewhere in PA, 30% work within Southern NJ or Mercer County, 5% other: New York City, Wilmington Delaware