I understand this is among the world’s longest escalators, but it’s only the 3rd longest in the D.C. metro system! (The others are only a little longer.) This is at the Woodley Park station, on 11/3/2016.
On the first day of my vacation to Washington D.C. my dad and I took a ride on the Metrorail from Van Dorn Street in Alexandria Virginia to Union Station Washington D.C. Before leaving the Van Dorn Street station we see a Metrorail train pull into the station going to Franconia-Springfield. The train makes a…
Will one of the nation’s greatest violinists be noticed in a D.C. Metro stop during rush hour? Joshua Bell experimented for Gene Weingarten’s story in The Washington Post: http://wpo.st/-vP (Video by John W. Poole)
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A tutorial for HU17 about navigating around DC using public transportation resources.
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This video follows I-95 from Fairfax County Parkway in Springfield, VA (Exit 166) to just before MD 414 (Exit 4) in Oxon Hill, MD. Along the way, you’ll see the new Springfield Interchange and Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
The subway in Washington DC is the 2nd busiest system in terms of ridership in the United States, just south of a million daily passengers. Coverage includes the city of Washington DC, the state of Maryland and Virginia, making the authority unique as it transcends three different jurisdictions. – Thank you for your support. Comment…
This demonstration shows you how to navigate the metro (subway) in Washington D.C. and how to use SmartTrip cards. I hope you find this video helpful and have a great time in our nation’s capitol.