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I believe the S1 uses 19th, as well. Still, the buses can get pretty well stacked up during the evening rush. As noted, this is compounded by the MTA/LCT buses.

I say 'office' buildings since they are not exclusively IMF/WB. The GSA is there as well as at least one building that I believe is privately owned (maybe space is leased to IMF/WB?). There's also a little bit of housing for GWU.

Some serious bus priority measures along with enforcement would do wonders. I'm sure there are other streets that are worse off, but this is one that I have experience with.

by irate_reader on Jun 11, 2010 1:50 pm • linkreport

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