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Posted at 11:34 AM ET, 04/02/2012

Chat with Dr. Gridlock at noon

It’s spring break for many schools in the Washington region and beyond, which means less congestion on the roads and additional tourists on the Metro.

Do you have questions about the best way to get to Nationals Park to see them host the Red Sox in an exhibition game? Are you concerned about navigating larger crowds on the Metro? Do you have any other concerns, queries or problems? If so, bring them to the doctor.

Dr. Gridlock will be online and answering questions Monday at noon. Head here to submit questions in advance and head back at noon for the chat. (If you can’t make it, a transcript will be available here after the chat has concluded.)

Word of warning: Due to the number of questions received, he might not get to your question during the chat. But the good doctor will tackle additional questions from the chat on this very blog, so check back later to see if he answered your question.

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Tags:  D.C. Metro, Washington Metro System, mass transit, public transit, WMATA, Washington Metropolitan Area transit authority

 
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