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From A To B: Cabbies, Commuters Raise Their Voices Over Transportation Woes

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Metro's Red Line suffered major delays this past week.
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Metro's Red Line suffered major delays this past week.

D.C.'s cabbies are raising their voices, with the help of the Teamsters Union, to push back against new regulations imposed by the D.C. Taxicab Commission. Metro's GM offers a rare apology for a terrible week on the Red Line: when might riders expect more reliable service? And DDOT finishes a bike lane — finally. Martin Di Caro brings us the latest wisdom from the world of transportation.

[Music: "A to B" by The Futureheads from The Futureheads / "GG Train" by Charles Mingus from Mingus Ah Um]

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