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Do you hear the people signal support for bus lanes? : Fifty-six percent of Washington area residents think it’s a good idea to change some lanes on the roads into bus-only lanes at rush hour, according to a poll released Friday by the Washington Post. For DC residents, there was even stronger support, with 66%. Over half of people in Maryland and Virginia suburbs also said yes to the idea. GGWash and other advocates have been pushing for bus lanes for many years. The Bus Transformation Proje
Looking for a new job : Hey guys! I'm pretty burnt out on my job as of late. I moved to Roanoke last year for a job in banking that I can't stand anymore. The job itself is fine, it pays decently, and I love my coworkers, but the clientele is absolutely dreadful. I've worked customer service at every job prior to this one but have never dealt with people this bad. I'm also looking for something active and more physically demanding. My last job helped get me back and shape but I've lost a ton of
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