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Posted at 10:37 AM ET, 01/26/2011

Help for Annapolis to D.C. commuters

By Washington Post editors

Starting Monday, Annapolis-area commuters are expected to have a less congested parking experience prior to traveling to Washington, D.C., The Capital reports.

The Maryland Transit Administration is adding a stop at the Davidsonville commuter parking lot to two bus routes between Washington and Annapolis. That extra stop is expected to ease congestion at the Harry S Truman Parkway Park and Ride, where commuters often struggle to find a space at rush hour or create their own space when one doesn't exist.

Read more about efforts to ease congestion in commuter parking lots in Annapolis in The Capital.

By Washington Post editors  | January 26, 2011; 10:37 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland, Traffic and Transportation  
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