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Old 05-25-2008, 07:35 AM
 
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**More specific reposting of an earlier post - please forgive, but I should have posted this to begin with**

I am planning to commute as the title of the thread says, or at least thinking about it. Is this comfortably doable? As per some online tools, it doesn't seem too bad. Any first hand feedback? Would one be better than the other? Any other decent places to live close to the heart of Riverside County or southern San Bernardino that would present a viable alternative? Also, would commuting from any of these places to Orange be practical or am I out to lunch?

Many thanks.
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Old 05-27-2008, 04:43 PM
 
Location: Orange County, CA, USA
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**More specific reposting of an earlier post - please forgive, but I should have posted this to begin with**

I am planning to commute as the title of the thread says, or at least thinking about it. Is this comfortably doable? As per some online tools, it doesn't seem too bad. Any first hand feedback? Would one be better than the other? Any other decent places to live close to the heart of Riverside County or southern San Bernardino that would present a viable alternative? Also, would commuting from any of these places to Orange be practical or am I out to lunch?

Many thanks.
Commuting from Rancho Cucamonga to Yucaipa would probably take you around 35-45 minutes depending on traffic. In the mornings, you would be going against the flow of traffic. You would basically take I-10 east. I’m not sure about Riverside could take you 30 minutes or so. Taking the 215 to the 10 east or 60 east.

As for commuting from Rancho Cucamonga to Orange, that would take you at least an hour in the morning or more, depending on the traffic. There are several ways you can take. 210-->57; 15 -->91---> 55; 15-->60 -->57;

From Riverside to Orange, you would probably take the 91-->55; the 91 can get quite crowded and could take you more than 1 hour.
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Old 05-28-2008, 08:02 AM
 
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Commuting from Rancho Cucamonga to Yucaipa would probably take you around 35-45 minutes depending on traffic. In the mornings, you would be going against the flow of traffic. You would basically take I-10 east. I’m not sure about Riverside could take you 30 minutes or so. Taking the 215 to the 10 east or 60 east.

As for commuting from Rancho Cucamonga to Orange, that would take you at least an hour in the morning or more, depending on the traffic. There are several ways you can take. 210-->57; 15 -->91---> 55; 15-->60 -->57;

From Riverside to Orange, you would probably take the 91-->55; the 91 can get quite crowded and could take you more than 1 hour.
Hey, thanks a lot. That's more than I could have asked for as far as information and description. Cheers!
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