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I still think that if newer developments are built with no or limited parking, which is fine, the District government must then step up efforts to ensure increased funding for other types of travel; bikesharing and, even more so, increased/expanded Metrobus and/or DC Circulator service.

Bypassed by two buses in a row just last night (another 20 mins of lost time; I'll drive next time), I still maintain that buses do not arrive often enough for spontaneous trips, serve a series of sometimes confusing routes comprising a single bus line, or are already so full waiting passengers have to be bypassed.

by Transport. on Dec 11, 2012 2:54 pm • linkreport

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