Transportation during COVID-19

A photo of a bike.

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Getting around the city during COVID can be a  hazard, especially when you are using public transportation. So look out. Get ready for the dirty looks, bad language, the “don’t sit by me” attitude, and a possible fight to the left or the right.

 The know-it-alls on the Metro will lecture you on mask use and disposal as if they were Dr. Fauci himself. Personally, I’ve decided not to use mass transportation. I’ve resorted to old reliable — the bike. However, when the circumstance presents itself, such as a “free ride” or “no charge,” then I climb aboard and prepare for an all out war. 


Issues |COVID-19|Transportation

Region |Washington DC

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