When you live in the Washington DC area, the course of your entire day depends on one thing: The metro.
But Kylie, I don’t take the metro, I drive.
Shut up, it still affects you. When the trains are failing at the rate they’ve been this year, many people are turning away from wmata, which means more road traffic, and the area was not built to accommodate as many cars as there are now.
Every day, hundreds of thousands of people ride the metro to and from work, usually going from the residential suburbs to the urban core of DC. Most days, passengers encounter some kind of problem in their commute.