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Monday, August 04, 2003


Telecommuting into Seattle using Kitsap Public Utility District's fiber system

Telecommuting into Seattle using Kitsap Public Utility District's fiber system

Two articles in the Bremerton Sun look at the benefits Kitsap commuters, their companies, their outlying communities and the congested Seattle area could all get by teleworking. Kitsap PUD, which has built a fiber backbone thorughout its service area commissioned a study of teleworking's potential for this area.

"A New Way to Work: Kitsap's Costly Commute"
"A new study shows that Kitsap County residents could save millions of dollars and thousands of hours through teleworking." This article includes detailed cost numbers.

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