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  1. Indeed. A recent survey of residents of downtown Oklahoma City indicated that the vast majority of them weren’t there because they wanted to be near work; they were there because they wanted to be Where The Action Is. And most of them, in fact, commuted to elsewhere in the city, or to the ‘burbs, for work.

    Comment by CGHill — 02/24/2008 @ 12:34:22 PM

  2. Minus a year out in the rural west, I’ve lived in two cities for most of my working life and I’ve never had a job inside the city. When people think of suburbs they often think of people spending 90 minutes in a car getting into and out of town each day, but suburbs are job centers as well.

    Comment by trumwill — 03/04/2021 @ 09:59:29 PM

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