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Yes, I saw some comments on twitter last night that people were questioning if WMATA is able to handle more transit riders in its "diminished state."

Rebuilding Metro is a long process but eventually the weekend disruptions will be less frequent. The zoning code rewrite covers a much longer period, 20-30 years and beyond, so the idea that somehow the transit system is unequipped to deal with more people or is "maxed out" is a manufactured untruth.

by MLD on Jan 9, 2013 9:29 am • linkreport

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