I'm not sure how much weight you've set the program to lose per week, but I'd suggest 1/2-1 pound per week based on how much you have to lose. It's not realistic to lose much faster, and you might find changing that increases your calorie range.
As far as your commute goes, I think you can track it as exercise for a while because it's new. But after 4-6 weeks of doing the same thing all the time, your body gets used to it, so that's not going to help with weight loss like it did in the beginning. You might find you have to go to the gym (or find another activity you like better) in order to continue seeing results. I would also recommend a challenging, full-body strength program twice a week, especially if the weight you've been using is starting to feel too light.
As far as food goes, make sure you're having some healthy fat and/or protein with every meal. Your breakfast sounds good, but you could probably swap out some of the fruit for protein (like an egg or peanut butter) and that might help you feel more satisfied. Also make sure you're getting enough fiber, since that helps with feelings of satiety. If you find you're still hungry, and you can continue seeing results by eating above your recommended calorie range, it's okay to do that. Everyone is different so you need to find the right calorie range for you.
Hope that helps,
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