Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem (5 Samples)

In this brief guide, we will look at some sample resignation letters due to transportation problems.

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem

Commuting can be a big problem when working, and if things are so bad it is draining your resources, you can write a resignation letter due to the transportation problem and try to find something closer to your home.

In some countries and states, jobs offer some minimum transport allowance, so if you live far away from offices in general, and most places would mean commuting for you, you might want to check if you can find a job that makes such an allowance, instead of getting to the point of writing a resignation letter due to transportation problems.

A resignation letter due to transportation problems is written like any other type of resignation letter, as in, it involves the same elements, like:

  • Date
  • Salutation
  • Names and addresses of sender and receiver
  • Reason for leaving (Brief)
  • Highlights of the time spent at work
  • Offer to help with the transition
  • Contact information
  • Notice period/Last day

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 1

The resignation letter due to transportation problem given below is very simple and basic and outlines the problem briefly, that is, the person has an issue with the commute and has had it for some time, and presumably after trying a few things they have decided to resign because of transportation-related problems.

If you find yourself in a situation where you are facing similar issues but you do not have the possibility or ability to resign, you may check out some options.

The U.S. Department of Labor website offers a fair bit of insight into transportation to and from work, and if that doesn’t help you, you can also check out facilities like these, which seek to help people who are in situations where transportation issues are getting in the way of earning a living.

“Name

Address

Contact number

Email Address

Date

Name of addressee

[Company Name]

Dear HR,

Please accept this letter as notice of my resignation from the position of [JOB TITLE] at [COMPANY NAME].

It has been my pleasure to work for [COMPANY] OVER THE last 2 years. However, due to transport problems, I will have to leave my job which I have been doing for the last 2 years with love and passion, as I am experiencing more and more difficulty making the commute to work.

I have tried everything to make it work however, 2 hours commute time is no longer possible with my current situation, and I am afraid I will have to find another job which is closer to home.

If there is anything, in particular, you would like me to do during my notice period, please let me know.

I will work two more weeks as we agreed

I hope that we can work together again in the future.

Kind Regards

NAME”

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 2

The letter given below takes a friendly, positive tone, implying that the person has enjoyed their time a lot and truly regrets leaving the job, but the transportation problems are getting in the way and so they have to hand in their resignation letter.

“Dear employer,

I am writing this letter to inform you of my impending resignation from (Company). My official last day of employment will (Date). I will be moving on to employment with another firm that allows me to spend less time on the road and more time with my family.

Thank you so much for the opportunities I’ve had here to learn about the industry. I’ve enjoyed getting to know my co-workers as well as improving my driving skills while on the job.

I am happy to provide any assistance possible during this time of transition, including helping to train my replacement. It is my sincere wish to make my departure a smooth process. I hope that we can stay in touch. Feel free to contact me at (number) if you need any further information or have questions.

Sincerely,

Your name”

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 3

The resignation letter due to transportation problems given below also mentions the toll it takes on their physical and mental health, which is actually a real problem many people face.

Commuting has been proven to be a practice that can be hard towards the body and mind, and the wasting of so much time every day just going to and from a place of work can be exhausting.

“Date

Name of Supervisor

Company Name

Address

City, State, Zip Code

Dear Name of Immediate Supervisor:

I am resigning from my position as a (Position), as the commute to work and my lack of appropriate transportation has started to affect my physical and mental health. Therefore, I tender my resignation effective (Date). This provides you with two weeks’ notice to plan for my replacement.

Working at (company name) for the past six years has given me the opportunity to meet some terrific coworkers and customers. I will miss the daily interaction when I am no longer here.

Please let me know what I can do to help ease my exit from the company. It is not my intention to leave you short-handed, but it is necessary for January 19 to be my last day. I can be available, on a limited basis, for follow-up phone calls from coworkers for an additional two weeks.

I wish you nothing but the best. I have been thankful for and happy in my job with (company name). I will miss you and think of my time here positively.

Please let me know what I can do to help during this transition.

Regards,

Employee Signature

Employee Name”

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 4

The following resignation letter due to the transportation problem given below talks about the problem briefly, and goes on to discuss the notice period and other related things.

They also take a friendly yet professional tone and don’t delve into too many details regarding their problem.

Name

Department Manager

XYZ Corporation

(address)

Dear (Employer),

Kindly accept this letter as formal notification of my resignation as (position) from your company. I have been struggling with the commute due to my lack of transportation, and it has not started to take a toll on me, therefore I would like to seek a job closer to my home.

With respect to my employment contract, my last day of work shall be on 30 August 2015. During the interim 2-week period I shall remain steadfast in fulfilling pending work and provide as much assistance as needed by the company to bring my replacement up-to-speed.

Working with you, management and the rest of the team was a great and fulfilling experience. I learned much during my employment and I only wish the greatest success for everyone at XYZ Company. Please do let me know if any opportunities arise that you think I would be right for and I shall not hesitate in coming back to this team.

Thank you very much.

Yours sincerely,

Name”

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 5

This resignation letter due to transportation problems also has a shorter deadline, as it mentions that the person needs to quit in 24 hours rather than 2 weeks, which tends to be a norm.

“Dear [recipient name],

I write this letter to inform you of my decision to resign from my position as [your job title] with effect from tomorrow. In this respect, I have issued a 24-hour notice as per the company policy on short notice resignation.

I have decided to resign from my current role due to transportation and commute related problems. In the meantime, I have delegated my duties to my assistant, and I will use the day to clear any pending work. Please let me know if you require any assistance from me in the remaining period.

Kindly forward my final payslip to the following address (your new address). You may contact me via [email/phone number] in case you require more details.

I must say I am sad to leave the company at this moment, but this is the best decision. I’m grateful to you for granting me the opportunity to be part of your success story. I have learned a lot, and I believe the knowledge and skills I have gained will be valuable in shaping my career.

I wish you all and the company success.

Sincerely,

[Your name]”

Resignation Letter Due to Transportation Problem: Sample 6

This last resignation letter due to transportation problems also talks briefly about the problem and focuses more on the positive, offering keenly to help and making themselves available for the transition.

“Dear employer

I am just writing this letter to formally notify you of my upcoming resignation from my position at ABC Company. This is happening due to my lack of appropriate transportation facilities which is making my commute to work harder every day.

My last day to come into the office will be (Date), so please accept this letter as my official two weeks’ notice of resignation. I regret that I must leave ABC Company as I am grateful for the great opportunities I received during my years there.

I am more than willing to put forth all efforts to select and train a replacement if that is needed. I will also be spending the next two weeks finishing my current projects and transferring responsibilities to the appropriate team members where needed. If any further discussion on these points is needed, please do not hesitate to contact me at (Number) or at [email] I await your response.

I look forward to the future but will miss ABC Company and my coworkers. I have gained much valuable experience that I will take with me into all future career endeavors. I wish you and ABC Company every success and hope that our paths may cross again someday. Thank you for your consideration in this situation.

Yours sincerely,

Your name”

Conclusion

In this brief guide, we looked at some sample resignation letters due to transportation problems. Please feel free to send any questions or comments you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Resignation letter due to transportation problem

Where should I address my resignation letter?

You should address the resignation letter to your employer or immediate supervisor and you may use whatever salutation/name you usually call them by in the letter.

You should also address the second copy of your resignation letter to Human Resources.

How do I write a letter of resignation due to migration?

To write a letter of resignation due to migration you may use the following language, “Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name: The purpose of this resignation letter is to inform you that I will be leaving my position with ABC Company, effective two weeks from now on (Date). I will be relocating to the (name of the place) area in the near future.”

How do you quit a job because you’re moving?

TO quit a job because you are moving you may follow the following tips:

Talk to your supervisor/employer in person rather than directly sending a letter
Tell them what is going on and why you are moving 
Explain honestly why you can’t retain your position
Discuss notice period and other related things if you need to leave soon
Send in an official resignation letter due to relocation

Other Sample resignation & Leave letters you may like

Below is a list of other sample resignation letters we have curated.

Remember, your health comes first and if you are feeling exhausted or work is simply stressing you out then taking a break doesn’t make you weak but strong.

Citations

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/simple-letter-of-resignation-sample-2063060

https://www.lyft.com/blog/posts/jobs-access-program

Divya is currently a Clinical Psychology Trainee in a Master of Philosophy program and holds a Master’s in clinical psychology. She has a special interest in Personality studies and disorders, having researched the subject before, and Neuropsychology; with an additional interest being Mood disorders. She likes to write about Psychiatric issues, having worked in multiple specialty setups during her time as a clinical psychology student, and in her free time she likes to cook and read.