Interested to learn thoughts about commuting to work from QV into downtown Houston, thanks!

Asked by Jana, Houston, TX Fri Jun 29, 2012

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Emjohnson103, Renter,
Thu Jul 10, 2014
I live in QV and work in the medical center. It takes 45 minutes on a typical day. not sure where these people are driving from to say 20 min....

I take 90 all the way in. Ft Bend Toll road doesn't save you much time.
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Neeti Chauhan, Agent, Sugar Land, TX
Sat Jun 30, 2012
There is a park and ride on West Belfort that you can take, will save you time and gas. Depending where you are buying in QV and where your work will be in down town, I say around 25 minutes.
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Edith Karoli…, Agent, Winnetka, IL
Sat Jun 30, 2012
I am assuming that you are looking to buy or rent in QV to commute then to work in downtown hOUSTON, that's why you are asking the question. Here is my advice: Please whether looking to
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Judy Hill Av…, Agent, Katy, TX
Fri Jun 29, 2012
Actually, three different routes available, depending on traffic and road repairs: 59 (Southwest Freeway), 288 (South Freeway), or 90 (South Main). My favorite (and normally the quickest route) is 90 to Loop 610, Loop 610 to 288, and 288 to downtown. You can also cut a little time off by using the Fort Bend Tollway to 90 (South Main). It's nice to have three or four choices. Count on 20 minutes minimum, a few minutes more in heavy traffic.
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Ram King, Agent, Sugar Land, TX
Fri Jun 29, 2012
You are looking at a 15-25 minute commute depending on the traffic. Very quick commute time from QV
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