Employee travel can include a host of different modes of transportation. The traveler is required to use the most economical mode obtainable under the circumstances of the travel involved. The route shall be the most economical route practical, and any person traveling by another route, without adequate justification, will bear the additional cost as a personal expense.
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Note: Where, for the traveler's personal convenience, there is interruption of travel or deviation from the direct route, the travel allowance will not exceed that which would have been incurred for uninterrupted travel.
The time for arrival at and departure from a place will be considered as the hour at which the train, plane, bus, automobile, or other conveyance used by the traveler actually left or arrived at its regular terminal or destination, rather than the pre-scheduled time.