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We'll have our regular online chat at noon today. Use this link. There's a lot going on right now for us to talk about.

The congestion in downtown Washington has been brutal, and it's likely to stay that way for more than a week. We have the National Cherry Blossom Festival continuing, the baseball season starting at Nationals Park and an international nuclear security summit at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center next Monday and Tuesday.

Metro has just wrapped up its hearings on the budget crisis and will start making decisions this month.

The region's big road construction projects are launching major work this month. Some of them will even get done this year.

By Robert Thomson  |  April 5, 2010; 11:40 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories  | Tags: Dr. Gridlock  
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You recommended someone to use Metro Access because they had trouble finding a space at New Carollton. I want to remind you the to use Metro Access you have to qualify for the service. It should be used only by those who really need it. The driver in the chat didn't sound like they needed it. This driver is saving us all money by not using Metro Access.

Posted by: dkf747 | April 5, 2010 4:29 PM | Report abuse

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