I know there's always going to some people who 'have' to commute in cars for some reason or another but it just seems madness after what I witnessed this morning.
Luckily I don't work in a town so my commute is fairly rural and congestion is perhaps a tractor in the way but I went into York as I had a early appointment at the hospital and it was just utter grid lock.
I was on the motorbike and came off the A64 at the designer outlet to massive queues, down the outside to the front and carried on like that, cutting to the front all the way to the hospital. It was just like a 3 mile queue into town. I'd have never made it on time in a car.
I really can't imagine doing that EVERY day and never get that lightbulb moment. All you'd need would be a moped.