Business Trip: Traveling Professionals Prefer Working In Their Cars Over Trains Or Planes
A report published in Work, Employment, and Society has found that “significant variations” in noise and lack of space “inhibited people’s ability to work” on trains and planes. However, working conditions in a car were much more accommodating. Data notes that business travelers were most likely to work extensively in train carriages and sitting in their cars in service station car parks. See more here.