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What's the commute like from North Reading to East Cambridge? Too far from commuter rail? Should I drive or park at the closest train station?

Asked by Thekindling, Mon Dec 9, 2013

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I worked in Cambridge for 2 years, in Kendall square. I left at 9AM pretty much every morning and on average it would take me 45 minutes. I usually would leave work around 6:30 or so.

In fact with those hours I gather my commute is much better than my current job in the 128 area. Traffic on 128 gets worse and worse.
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It all depends on the time of day that you're commuting. Night commutes will be a lot easier than commuting during morning/afternoon. From my own personal experience, I would allot at least an hour each way if using the commuter rail, a little more incase there is an issue with the commuter rail and/or MBTA. If you're driving during peak times, the commute could possibly be longer. However it's all a day by day, and case by case basis , depending on time, weather etc...

If you have a work day off, why not "test" the commute time either via the commuter rail and/or driving, so that you'd be able to experience the commute yourself.
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Good Afternoon,
If you drive to Cambridge in the morning you will be caught in traffic. You can always take the train in Wilmington. I know North Reading very well. I worked for the USPS for over four years.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 9, 2013
The closet stop would be either Leachmere or Central Square. I would be driving.
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