Archive for Friday, January 9, 2009

Less mail leads to changes in postal routes

January 9, 2009


— Think you know what time your mail arrives each day? Think again.

The U.S. Postal Service is reviewing all its city routes nationwide and changing some of them to cut costs because mail volume is dropping during the recession.

Nationwide, the changes are expected to affect as many as 50 million addresses on 85,000 urban routes. Rural routes already get reviewed each year.


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