Reverse Commute

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Regional urban planning and transportation experts say more and more women and 30-something smart phone-toting New Yorkers are taking jobs in the lower Hudson Valley, especially Westchester.

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes daily to Sakura Garden, his sushi restaurant in Hastings-on-Hudson. (March 27, 2012)

Owner Tony Weng, 27, left, of Queens, and
(Credit: Photo by Faye Murman)

Owner Tony Weng, 27, left, of Queens, and chef Leo Wang, 33, of Brooklyn, both commute daily to Sakura Garden in Hastings-on-Hudson. (March 27, 2012)

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes
(Credit: Photo by Faye Murman)

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes daily to Sakura Garden, his sushi restaurant in Hastings-on-Hudson. (March 27, 2012)

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Wayne Weng prepares beef megimaki as his son
(Credit: Photo by Faye Murman)

Wayne Weng prepares beef megimaki as his son Tony, 27, looks on at his restaurant, Sakura Garden in Hastings-on-Hudson. Tony commutes daily from his home in Queens to work at the restaurant. (March 27, 2012)

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Tony Weng, 27, lives in Queens and commutes daily to Sakura Garden, his sushi restaurant in Hastings-on-Hudson. (March 27, 2012)

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