All About Yuppie Arlington
Elections must be near - Zimmy has agreed to allow WMATA to hold hearings about the terrible Metrobus service on the 25 Route through South Arlington at the Shirlington Library on September 21st at 6:30 PM and at the National Rural Electrification Cooperative Association at 6:30 PM on September 23rd.
Same Chris Zimmerman who lives a mile from the nearest Metrobus stop and 2 miles from the nearest Metrorail station and told the Civic Federation that Metro is safe because he and his family use Metro all the the time?
I started carrying emergency cash to call a cab from the Pentagon late in the evening because I was tired of freezing to death on a Metrobus platform waiting for the 25 bus to appear. No more excuses. Time to dump Zimmerman.
He's also the Guru of Gridlock. Columbia Pike at 5:30 PM, for example.
Zimmerman has the same modus operandi as the federal government under Bush - allow bad things to happen and then throw lots of money at the problem(s).
Same Zimmerman who lied to the Civ Fed and says he and his family use Metro. I'm sure they do, 2 months before election day.
Want to know what else is dangerous? The speed tables on South 31st Street. Installed to keep traffic out of Fairlington but are a driving hazard for Metrobus drivers (ask them).
Why only the 25 Route? Why not discuss the problems that occur on the 7 Route and 22 Route?
I'm doing what the attorneys and consultant do - spending $15 on a taxi and get to read and write on the way to work, fortunately I don't get carsick doing that.What do think you will see on HOT Lanes? Wealthy people being chauferred to work from their McMansions in the outer suburbs. Or driving their Land Rover SUV or Lexus alone.Zimmerman keeps building parking garages for commuters to drive to Arlington, one to a vehicle via HOT lanes. Yes he's the Guru of Gridlock and an arrogant phoney besides.
Take the 1000-series trains out of Metrorail service now - they're another rail disaster waiting to happen, as Zimmerman knows.
Masters of Disaster? How about Breda, the Italian firm that designed the 1000-series trains?
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