A Newstalk survey on commuting has found that people are spending longer on their journeys to work since the pandemic.
The survey also showed that while almost half - 46% - are still commuting five days a week.
More than 22% say their travel time takes longer, compared with 9% who say their journey has gotten shorter.
While 29% of people say they commute fewer days now.
For those who are not commuting to work Monday to Friday, the most common number of days to visit the workplace is three days a week.
The majority of people spend one to two hours commuting per day.
Some 27% spend one hour commuting, 20% spend two hours a day travelling while just 4% are commuting for less than 30 minutes.
But some responded saying they spend more than five hours commuting a day.
Travelling by car is the preferred and most popular mode of transport, with 52% opting for it.
This was followed by the bus at 16%, while 9% use rail services and 8% either walk or cycle.
On average people are spending €20 to €50 a week on commuting costs (29%).
13% are spending over €100 a week, but some spend more than €200 a week or €800 a month.
When asked if they were to improve one thing about their commute, people said investment in more public transport (34%), and a reduction in fuel costs through excise reduction (30%).
11% of people said they would like to see car costs reduced - such as insurance and tax.
And just over 9% of commuters said they would like more cycling infrastructure built.
While 7% wanted cheaper public transport, and 5% said they want an improvement in commuter safety - such as a transport police.
Just 2% said they would like an improvement in the commuter experience, like the re-introduction of trolley services on trains and more signage.
Newstalk carried out this online survey between August 29th and September 5th 2022. It received 515 respondents.
All this week Newstalk will follow listeners on their commute and discuss the issues that they face on a daily basis with experts, policy makers as well as commuters themselves. Follow and post using #MyCommuteNT