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I would disagree with your statement that "traffic generally moves swiftly in the HOV lanes". As a joyfully formerly daily busride on 395, I would say that at best, it occasionally moves swiftly. Because of the silly Prius exclusion and rampant law-breaking, probably 40% of the vehicles on my stretch of 395 had 2 or fewer bodies (not 3 or more). It was a pet peeve of mine because while house sellers in Fairlington (Arlington) love to claim that the area is "minutes from DC", it depends how many minutes you are talking about.

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