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  1. "gunner" October 4, 2007 9:33 pm

    my last experience with public transport was one trip on the train from oshawa to toronto, the scenery was a bit better than the new york city subway when i grew up there. as for your drivers, before i retired i had a daily 200 km round trip commute to work in westfield mass., massachusetts drivers are, if anything, worse than ottawa drivers, my solution was to buy a former unmarked crown vic “police special”. they stick out like a sore thumb with the spotlight in the windscreen post and the antennas for my private two way radios, “cb” and business band. the idiots gave me all the room in the world and the cops just waved as they passed, usually 15 to 20 kph than i was doing, and i cruise around 112 kph. no lights and siren though, playing “phony cop” is a sure ticket to a world of hurt.
    “gunner”

  2. Kimberly October 5, 2007 9:03 am

    Yeah, there is a commuter train station right around the corner from my new home. My friends use it because they work downtown DC and Silverspring, MD, UGH! I wanted to take advantage of the train and save mileage on my Jeep and of course save on gas but I found out that if I applied for public transportation subsidy (I’m a federal employee) that I would have to give up my parking space at my building, can’t have both. Having a young child, I decided against the train, for now but when he gets older and more independent, I’M TAKING DAT TRAIN!! Driving is stressful, especially in a high traffic area, such as DC Metropolitan area. I’m used to it, but I don’t ever think I will LIKE it, you know? Kudos Natalie for giving ye ol public trans a try! Hope it works out for you, even in colder temps.