I've worked several jobs with 10+ hour days at the office, and the last two had a 90 minute commute each way. The earlier one, I had Wednesdays and weekends off, and the latter was a startup with 5-6 days in the office each week.
If you figure you have to be "on", in a sense, during both your work day and your commute, the two hour difference is a lot more grueling than you might expect. With the four-day gig, I was a zombie on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and after the 5-6 day gig, my wife and I agreed I wouldn't do it again.
I now often work 10+ hour days from home, but it's incredibly different not having a commute, and being able to take breaks to hang out with my wife, go for a run, etc.
If you are going to tack a commute onto a 10 hour day, you need to turn the commute time into relaxation as much as you can. I found listening to podcasts a great way to do that - not technology, but entertaining ones like The History of Rome. But you might try that first and see if it lowers your annoyance with your public transit system to a more tolerable level.