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I'm really torn on the RPP issue because I'm in a pretty unique situation. I live in Takoma, in a condo building that went up in 1928 - pre-parking lots of course. I own a car but only because my job requires that I do. I'm on call for emergencies. The car sits about 350 days a year because I'm so close to the Metro. I'm also a member of car2go and CaBi. I do everything I can to live a carless lifestyle but unfortunately I can't because the times when I'm expected to be available are exactly the times when car shares and Metrorail shut down (the derecho, or Sandy for example).

Should I be expected to pay the $500/year for RPP as some commenters have suggested?

by dcmike on Feb 14, 2013 4:32 pm • linkreport

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