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I liked the idea of red. Now I don't care, as long as we don't have ANY of these god-awful designs prowling the streets in large numbers. Ugh. What a waste of time and energy and effort.

And @dcdriver, who said Will we see rules prohibiting ads on the new "branded" cabs?

Uh, how much advertising do you see on cabs already? I see virtually none ever. And if I have a product to advertise, last thing I want to do is associate it with the horrible taxi system in DC.

by MetroDerp on Dec 10, 2012 3:13 pm • linkreport

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