Metrobus and You

I can’t tell you how many nights I’ve spent standing at Pentagon’s Bus Metrobus Depot waiting for the 7E, only to get on a crowded bus with seat pitches so shallow you’d think they were meant for midgets. The routes for the District apparently still follow the same routes that the old DC Streetcar lines ran in the 1950s. But we all realize that the schedules are a written comedy, and we’ve all been stranded somewhere when a bus drove its last. There’s a good piece in the Post today that highlights the problems of the bus system here in DC. Perhaps that new Riders’ Advisory Council can do something about busses that cut people off, or Wayan’s dislike of the Circulator, or Jenn’s Rules for the 66.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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