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Posted at 5:43 AM ET, 01/27/2011

Your #disastercommute stories

By Washington Post Editors

Sometimes you can get a little jealous when you're working long after everyone else is headed home. Not tonight. We received tons of reports of disastrously long commutes and shared some of them here. We also asked for some stories with #disastercommute. Check out some early (late?) responses. Share your own by posting a comment below, join the conversation on Twitter by using #disastercommute or send an e-mail to transportation@washpost.com.

@washingtonpost My boyfriend is STILL driving home to Arlington from Reston. He'll be home just in time to leave tomorrow. #disastercommuteless than a minute ago via HootSuite

@WashingtonPost: Tysons Corner to Kingstowne in 2.5 hrs. Crazy part was side roads were much better than Beltway. #disastercommuteless than a minute ago via web


15 miles work to home in 7 hours = one #disastercommute. Friend driving behind me giving me a granola bar and phone charger = priceless.less than a minute ago via web


@washingtonpost oh, I was so hoping ud ask. 7+ hrs Bethesda-Alex. Left rite after 4 (bldg shut down at 3, we got out asap) #disastercommuteless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

#disastercommute Colleen Staton: on hour 9, I'm pregnant and STARVING. Thanks, #fairfaxcountyless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Also:
The Capital Weather Gang is warning of possible refreezing overnight.
Get the latest on roads, buses and airports from Dr. Gridlock.
Share your photos here and check out Post photographers' work here.

And check out a quick video from The Post's Alexandra Garcia of I-66 Westbound at Lynn Street at 11 p.m.

By Washington Post Editors  | January 27, 2011; 5:43 AM ET
Categories:  Commuting  
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