At about 7 a.m. every Wednesday, as many of his Petaluma midtown neighbors untangle themselves from bed sheets and start their coffee makers, David Gómez-Rosado is nearly 2 hours into his commute.
He’s about halfway to work.
Soon, the Golden Gate Transit 74 bus, which left Petaluma at 5:46 a.m., will drop him off at the Caltrain station in San Francisco. He’ll grab breakfast before catching a 7:45 a.m. train for the next leg of his weekly journey to his job at a software company in Sunnyvale. After work, he’ll stay at an Airbnb nearby then embark on a 4-hour slog back home to Petaluma each Friday evening.
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