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Posted at 8:13 AM ET, 12/28/2010

Share your commuting stories

By Washington Post Editors

Some of the streets and trains seem almost empty this time of year, as some residents take time for vacation. Others are still stuck elsewhere, waiting for a plane or train to bring them home. If you're working, how has your commute been this week? Are you getting seats on Metrorail? Are you breezing into D.C. on the 14th Street Bridge? Post a comment below, or share your experiences riding the rails and roads in our discussion group, Taken for a Ride.

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You can also post a comment below or send an e-mail to transportation@washpost.com.

By Washington Post Editors  | December 28, 2010; 8:13 AM ET
Categories:  Driving, Metro, Metrobus  
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Seats on buses and metro are plentiful and people are smiling. The train arrivals boards, however, continue to be about 2 minutes off.

Posted by: busgirl1 | December 28, 2010 9:44 AM | Report abuse

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