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Old 04-20-2007, 05:28 AM
 
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After reading all the info on commute times, I'm a little freaked out. Does anyone drive from Johns Creek to Emory University area early in the morning (start work at 6:30am leave at 3pm). Same for John Creeks to Ft. Mcpherson (start at 6:30 to 3pm). I have two job offers and the Ft. McPherson job is a better situation but the commute may be too much. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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Old 04-20-2007, 06:01 AM
 
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The one to Emory would be your best choice for commute times. You might be looking at about an hour commute to Emory. To Ft McPherson, you are looking at a pretty long drive! 285 is a bear in the morning and afternoon, no matter which direction you are going and the time of day for that matter. Rush hour starts about 6am and about
3pm on 285. Not too mention Ft McPherson is quite a distance from Johns Creek verses where Emory is in relation to Johns Creek. Good luck with the move and job offers!
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Old 04-20-2007, 06:36 AM
 
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If you're going in at that time the commute shouldn't be that bad. The commute is going to depend on where in Johns Creek you are coming from, a lot of the subdivisions are off the beaten path and it takes a while to get to the major roads. If your closer to the major roads it wouldn't take quite so long. I'd say at that time to Emory it would take anywhere from 30-60 minutes, to FT McPherson 45-90 minutes.
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