Is it cheaper to pay a toll to drive on Interstate 66 during the rush hour or cheaper to ride public transit? That’s the question that some commuters are weighing since tolling began four weeks ago.
Friday, Sept. 22, is “Car Free Day” — the chance to experiment with a less polluting, less crowded way to get to your workplace.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments has introduced a new ride-sharing app — CarPoolNow — that aims to better connect both drivers and riders.
Carpooling, walking or biking are the more satisfying commuting options, according to the findings of a survey released Wednesday. Those who drove alone and those who took Metro were the least satisfied.
“If your surge isn’t here yet, in terms of the 15 surges that are going to happen, plan ahead,” said Commuter Connections Director Nick Ramfos.
WASHINGTON — Commuter Connections is a program that guarantees a ride home for commuters who don’t use their cars, but when a Maryland man needed it, it wasn’t there. Bruce McCubbin of Aberdeen, Maryland, commutes…
WTOP\’s Kristi King takes an inside look at slugging — commuting via an organized hitchhiking system.
Commuter Connections saw a 20 percent increase in applications last year.