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This is rank nonsense!

As a Montgomery County taxpayer, I am ashamed that my tax dollars are funding such rear-end-covering idiocy.

A normal, well-informed and reasonably observant child (and especially a child with a cell phone) should be able (and in my opinion, even encouraged) to ride mass transit at age 9 or 10, at least during the daytime hours.

If transit is unsafe, then that tells me that there is something wrong with transit, not with the parents.

And I have seen more than a few children behaving very badly on transit - in the District of Columbia. Where? Especially on the B-route (sorry, Red Line, Glenmont side), also on the S2 and S4 lines on 16th Street, N.W.

by C. P. Zilliacus on Nov 19, 2012 2:01 pm • linkreport

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