Commuting to\from Clyde north

Hi Everyone!

My husband and I have just arrived to Melbourne, and while looking for a rental, we found some beautiful houses in Clyde North. As I still don't have a job (I am a SW Engineer \ Project Manager), I am not sure what it'll mean as far as commuting; it seems like driving in and out towards the city centre \ eastern suburbs is a bit of a nightmare during rush hours, and I can't find any useful information about optional train routes (leaving Clyde north towards Flinders, for example, or Caulfield etc.), therefore I cannot estimate the duration or the expected cost!

Any advice? Every bit of information would be greatly appreciated!
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Raven Stars Mar 13, 2021
its not that bad will take you 40 minutes at the best times, but might take you upto 1 hr 15 minutes, but normally it would take you 50-60 minutes
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