The image of business travelers working productively on intercity trains is a myth according to research conducted for the UK Department for Transport. Despite the availability of wireless connections and cell phone coverage, the report found that business executives were more likely to spend their time on board reading for leisure, looking out the window, or observing fellow passengers. Travelers spent less than 10% of their travel time working. Link to full story in The Telegraph.
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