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"Speeding up traffic across the river could help some residents who drive that way in the short run, but may also ultimately attract drivers between Maryland and Virginia, or traversing the region longer distances, to use this as a cut-through, or encourage Prince George's County commuters to drive instead of parking and riding Metro."
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As someone from Prince Georges who has both driven on Suitland Parkway and used the Metro Green Line to visit my client at M Street and NJ Ave. SE, I would wager that the full Metro parking lots and packed trains indicate that just about anyone from that part of Prince Georges County who CAN park and ride Metro to commute already DO.

Sometimes, we just need to face the fact that roads - and the movement of vehicular traffic - need to be improved.

by ceefer66 on Jan 2, 2013 8:40 pm • linkreport

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