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While I'd personally appreciate a lifting of the ban, I can appreciate why it's in place (well, during the actual crowding hours, anyway).

I get it too. And I doubt a full removal would make sense. But I know that there are parts of the system - especially reverse commutes - that have plenty of capacity. I used to ride from Capitol Hill to New Carrollton in the morning and the cars were empty.

Oh man, you got me. I understand the crowding issues, but DC's definition of "rush hour" is much longer than the real period of crowding. The current situation is still better than when I first moved to DC, though, when you had to get a specially-issued photo id to be allowed to take your bike on Metro, at all.

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