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Posted at 8:19 AM ET, 01/26/2011

Metrobuses operating regular routes

By Mark Berman
Mark Berman

10:40 a.m. Update: Metro says the buses are all running on regular routes now.

Original post: Multiple Metrobuses are running on "Snow Emergency Routes" throughout the area: Routes U6 and U8 in the District, routes KZ and Z11 in Montgomery County and route 3T in Virginia.

By Mark Berman  | January 26, 2011; 8:19 AM ET
Categories:  Metrobus  
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Metro bus service was very disappointing this morning.I ride the 96/97 line. This route goes straight down East Capitol street.Myself walked to ths Capitol Heights station and waited for 40 minutes.NOTHING EVER CAME. The streets were clear and passable as i know by watching cars trucks and other metro buses come and go.After standing there waiting ,i took the train which cost me more.Question what about the customer who does not have the extra money and has to take metro to work? I take metro becasue i am not a driver and this was just very upsetting to me.We who depend on metro should have gotten better sevice than this .I know that the streets were not that bad.

Posted by: givensbeth60 | January 27, 2011 12:59 PM | Report abuse

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