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Old 04-13-2008, 06:36 PM
 
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I'm starting a new job this week and is trying to figure out what's the least painful way (commute wise) to get from bedford to Arlington.
I've looked up a few route but not sure what to avoid !

Also when does rush hour start ?
I have to be at the job 7:30 a.m MWF .

thanks
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Old 04-13-2008, 07:22 PM
 
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What part of Arlington? I have a SIL who commutes from south Arlington off 360 to North Hills Hospital during the off hours (meaning not during rush hour) and she takes 360 to 183 and it takes her about 30 minutes. It just depends where in Arlington you need to go.
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Old 04-14-2008, 07:38 AM
 
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my daughter used to teach at elementary right off the last exit of 360 in S Arlington--she lived in Bedford by the airport Y off central

she had to be at her school about the same time as you--she went straight 360 and while traffic was busy she usually had about a 20 min drive--coming back it depended on when she left but she usually again just went straight 360 until she got to 183 or Harwood and peeled off...

that is not how to go if you are working in Arl around 6 Flags though--
probably better to go down 157 since it has been widened...
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