Napping driver was on a break
A MetroAccess driver pictured napping in a MetroAccess car in a YouTube video was on a lunch break, but he will be disciplined for sleeping in his vehicle and leaving it idling, Lisa Rein reports at Dr. Gridlock.
A spokesman for MV Transportation, the California-based company that contracts with Metro to transport the disabled, said Tuesday that all drivers have been issued a reminder that they cannot idle for more than three minutes in the District and Virginia and five minutes in Maryland unless they are picking up or dropping off a MetroAccess customer.
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| June 29, 2010; 4:09 PM ET
Categories: Traffic and Transportation
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