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I used to live in NW DC with my wife. I'd walk or bike down to Dupont Circle to work. My wife would Metro over to Brookland. On the weekends, we typically drove her over to the Wilson aquatic center, and we'd shop at Whole Foods. I'd walk over to Trader Joe's at work, and we might walk to the Safeway in Adams Morgan.

So from my perspective, more frequent weekend Metro service is the biggest thing DC needs to do to get to 75% of trips being non-motorized. Poor weekend Metro service was the biggest reason we didn't Metro over to the pool. There were no reasonable bus alternatives for that location, either. This would have the biggest impact.

by Weiwen on Feb 25, 2013 12:10 pm • linkreport

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