The dead-eyed phone trance of the sardine on the commuter train



James Walsh culture matters
IF THERE’S something I want to read I take the train to work, as reading while perched on a bike still hasn’t reached mainstream acceptance.
It’s a dreary, privatised train, often cancelled at the last minute but, when it turns up, I like to stand and watch the commuters around me. Not in a creepy way, you understand. I’m just interested in how they’re passing the 60-80 minutes each day they spend commuting.
Travel research tells us that the ideal commute time is 16 minutes, door-to-door. Our urban journeys meet all kinds of psychological needs. One transport... read more

 
11 October 2016 in World News, Views: 33
Source: Morning Star
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