Washington D.C. Users Escape Industry-Leading Commute Times

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WASHINGTON, D.C.–It’s official. According to a study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Washington, D.C. has the worst commute time in the nation. Specifically, auto commuters were delayed 67 hours on the road in 2011. Yes, 67 hours.

Indeed, if there any question in your mind about how your commute time in Washington, D.C. impacts your productivity this study answers them beyond the shadow of any doubt. You can avoid those types of commute times when you opt for a virtual office.

The good news is, virtual offices in Washington, D.C. abound. Davinci Virtual Office Solutions offers 20 virtual office locations in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Specifically, we have 14 virtual offices in Washington, D.C., three virtual offices in Arlington, two virtual offices in Chevy Chase and one virtual office in Alexandria. In other words, we’ve got you covered.

Our virtual offices in Washington, D.C. are strategically located. Consider the addresses:

  • 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.
  • 1325 G Street NW
  • 888 16th St. N.W.
  • 700 12th Street, NW
  • 1000 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 900
  • 1425 K St. NW
  • 1001 G Street NW
  • 1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW
  • 1250 24th St. NW, Suite 300
  • 1050 30th Street NW
  • 300 New Jersey Avenue NW
  • 10 G Street NE, Suite 710
  • 5335 Wisconsin Ave. NW

So decide to save yourself 67 hours—and plenty of gas money—this year and check into virtual office space. You can still commute to Washington, D.C. for client meetings. In fact, virtual office providers have meeting rooms available to rent on demand.

Jennifer LeClaire is a veteran business journalist, editor and new media entrepreneur with a strong niche in real estate and technology.

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