For what it's worth, I prefer to dive into the suttas head-on, rather than "ration" (I suppose that's the right word?) them out so as to form a daily reading practice.
That said, I always ensure the day consists of some Dhamma touchpoints / bhavana / reading etc... even if (worst case scenario) it's just log into Dhamma Wheel a few times a day and try to maintain some degree of Right Mindfulness and Right Effort. Generally speaking though, weekdays involve approximately an hour's worth a Dhamma reading for me, either suttas or something else, whilst on the train. Usually not suttas though as I read physical books and often sutta volumes are quite weighty and not amenable to being lugged around in a briefcase. Whatever I'm reading, it's a great use of the time and is often one of my favourite parts of the day.
I thank you massively though for your attempts to encourage sutta reading, as Buddhavacana is the sublime teaching.
"Having understood name-and-form, which is a product of prolificity,
And which is the root of all malady within and without,
He is released from bondage to the root of all maladies,
That Such-like-one is truly known as 'the one who has understood'." (Snp 3.6)
"Whether I were to preach in brief, Sāriputta, or whether I were to preach in detail, Sāriputta, or whether I were to preach both in brief or in detail, Sāriputta, rare are those who understand." (A I 333, Sāriputtasutta)