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Re: parking, I definitely see your point but I have to respectfully disagree that it's not worth at least analyzing. Termini in Takoma, Rhode Island/Eastern, and Congress Heights could all be considered. Georgetown is probably not feasible nor any of the inner circle metro stations good candidates. The street cars supplement Metro but they also facilitate trips to areas that aren't currently metro accessible. There are park and rides for commuter buses in plenty of places. If they could roll it into some TOD planning, all the better.

by Alan B. on Feb 27, 2013 3:39 pm • linkreport

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