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Easy access to the SE/SW Freeway and, by extension, I-395 would make this an excellent spot for VA-based/bound buses given what BeyondDC just posted.

Side note to Geoff: originally, this was to be part of the East Leg, routing I-295 around the east side of RFK and through Mt. Olivet to meet I-95 over the railyard near the 9th St NE bridge. The proposal to connect it to a new bridge over the Anacostia (the Barney Circle Connector) came much later.

by Froggie on Feb 25, 2013 3:30 pm • linkreport

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