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In my experience the DC MPD is usually so busy speeding up and down main drags, lights on or off, that they are as much of a hazard if not more than the rest of the clueless drivers out there.

I long ago decided it made more sense as a pedestrian to look both ways and cross safely than to pay much attention to DC's ill-timed and random pedestrian signals. Better safe and ticketed than dead. The one time I got hit (lightly) by a car in DC I was in a signaled crosswalk and the driver had the nerve to yell at me for being in her way.

If the MPD would get out of their cars (and off those stupid scooters) and ticket some bad drivers, it might make a difference.

by phil on Jan 30, 2013 12:54 pm • linkreport

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