Yesterday I was at the office for the first time since March 13, 2020. I walked in, which as expected took just under an hour. The man at the security desk took my temperature with a forehead scanner, I tapped my wallet with the security card on the gate, and proceeded to the elevator. The rule says occupancy is limited to two persons, but there was no second person that side of the gates and desk.
The building was largely empty, perhaps thirty persons where the capacity is ten times that. Downtown was not deserted, but appeared to have many fewer persons than usual. A hamburger restaurant looked to have half a dozen patrons at 12:30 pm. Restaurants with outside tables might have had a quarter of them occupied. The sidewalks had plenty of space for all.
My commute to work was just an hour, walking. I ran an errand after work, so I can't say what the commute home would have been: forty minutes is a safe guess. When working from the dining room table, of course, my commute is either nil or the time it takes to walk down a flight of stairs.