Covering an average round trip of 28 miles the typical journey to work and home again takes 41 minutes, with 12 minutes lost every day in jams and delays.
What does J-T-W stand for?
J-T-W stands for Journey To Work
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 1 other meaning of J-T-W in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Synthetic Battle Space
- Joint - Simple Communications Programming Environment
- Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defense
- Joint Second Echelon Interdiction
- Joint Signals Intelligence Simulation (JSIMS)
- Joint-Service Interior Intrusion Detection System
- Japan Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultant Association
- Joint Space Combat Environment Simulation
- Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System
- Joint Standard
- Joint-Service Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (Manual)
- Japan Transport Engineering Company
- Jejunal Feeding Tube
- Joint Unmanned Combat Air System
- Joint-Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (also seen as JUCAV and J/UCAV)
- Japan-Uzbekistan Small Business Programme (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
- Jennifer Lopez
- Janeway/Seven (fictional Captain Kathryn Janeway/Seven of Nine - Star Trek: Voyager)
- Joint Account
- Joint to background ratio (nuclear medicine)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Councillor Andrew Morgan said: "It helps commuters to enjoy their journey to work as well as helping to sustain the local environment by reducing the traffic on the roads.
This discrepancy might be acceptable if the Valley commuter had superior rolling stock, but the Valley commuter has to endure what are basically overcrowded cattle trucks for their journey to work.
I might sound a bit bonkers, and a bit sad, but I've counted at least 30 potholes on my journey to work alone and I've been keeping a record of any others I've encountered on my travels.
It was a welcome relief to be back home and my usual mundane motorway journey to work in Belfast was a joy as I was back behind the wheel again.
I especially enjoy the way they pop up when you least expect them; a chum's rather stressful, traffic-logged journey to work was cheered no end after she spotted a couple outside the Liver Building.
This would be inevitable if most of the people housed in higher density settlements continued to use their cars for journey to work and for other trips.
MILLIONS of commuters could save time and money if they planned their journey to work better.