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It always amuses me when people focus on Metrorail congestion (which admittedly is a concern). I doubt any of them would even think of taking the bus. There is really pretty pathetic service in far NW. If you got enough potential transit users that would justify better service down Connecticut, Mass, and Wisconsin which I dunno might mean less people feel the need to drive. I went to AU undergrad and it was a pain to get around back in the day (or would have been without our shuttles). And living in Ward 1 I take a bus rather than metro 4 times out of 5 if I'm staying in town.

by Alan B. on Jan 11, 2013 9:28 am • linkreport

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