Rush Hour: how to survive the daily commute

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Rush Hour: how to survive the daily commute

We all know it, that sigh of relief when the night bus finally turns up, and that feeling of doom when we hear the phrase ‘minor delays’.

Us Londoners fall in and out of love with public transport on a daily basis, and one man has been trying to turn all journeys into a proper love affair - even when it’s totally stuffy or you’ve slept through your stop.

Iain Gately is the author of Rush Hour: How 500 Million Commuters Survive the Daily Journey to Work. He thinks of the journey into work as a positive life experience and even the best place to find love. 

He joined Headline London to explain and give us a few tips.

We asked you what you think are the best bits about the journeys to and from work, here’s what you said.

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