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Old 03-16-2016, 02:01 PM
 
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Manassas to Tysons is a crappy commute, especially if you're not taking toll roads. There aren't any magical secret routes that will shave off a ton of time, if that's what you're hoping for. The earlier you leave the better though. Leaving your house at 6:30 would likely help a lot. I've never understand why people would prefer leaving at the buttcrack of dawn to have a bigger house, rather than having a smaller house and getting to leave at a normal time and getting to do things like have breakfast w your kids. But to each their own


Or just to have a saner, more manageable/stress-free commute in general.

To each their own indeed
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Old 03-16-2016, 02:40 PM
 
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You could try cutting through Clifton but Clifton is a toss up. Sometimes, especially during the summer, it can get super congested and trying to make a left/right turn can take up to 20 minutes but other than the turns it's typically smooth sailing. I use to cut through Clifton and take 29, 29 wasn't too bad. Clifton was where I had most of the problems but it was much better than taking 28 and 495.

Also, I wasn't going all the way to Tysons so ultimately, it's still going to be a long commute but try different options and see which works best for you. It may be best, if you can, to just use the Express Lanes/HOT Lanes.
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