Breakfast links: Missing the point
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Perkins pushing preferable passes:
Michael Perkins' campaign for better unlimited passes
on Metro is getting attention
. WMATA spokesperson Lisa Farbstein seems to think Perkins is pushing a certain technology rather than a general approach. (Examiner)
National Airport's historic remnants:
You've probably flown in and out of National Airport, but have you seen all the historic elements
remaining from DCA's history? And why is the center gate section in the newer terminal called both Terminal B and C anyway? (The Cranky Flier)
More toll increases in Maryland?:
A legislative report recommends the Maryland Transportation Authority consider toll increases
above and beyond those planned over the next 5 years. The report says the state's toll roads are underpriced. (WTOP)
Roads too costly to maintain:
Budget pressures and rising pavement costs are forcing rural counties to revert paved roads back to gravel
. One reasonable resident understands: "really, why should everybody in the rest of the county help pay for my hard surface road?" (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
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