MLK Library Tonight “Traffic! Metro! Bikers! How to Survive the D.C. Commute”

901 G Street, NW

Seems apropos…

From DCPL:

Monday, May 11, 7:00 PM
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

As the District of Columbia continues its rapid growth and transformation, not only is the population growing, so is the traffic! More bikes, cars and people on the road; longer waits on the metro and buses. Is there a way to improve and survive the daily commute?

Join moderator and avid cyclist David Plotz in discussion with Harriet Tregoning, former director of the District of Columbia Office of Planning; Dan Tangherlini, former director of the District of Columbia Department of Transporation (DDOT) and former interim General Manager of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; and Robert Thomson, aka Dr. Gridlock, traffic reporter for the Washington Post, as they examine the daily commute in D.C.

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