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For decades, Washingtonians have commuted between northern Virginia and D.C. by “slugging,” the practice of carpooling with strangers. The “original rideshare” became popular after highways installed high-occupancy lanes designed to expedite commutes for cars with multiple passengers. With Safetrack now limiting transit options for many regional commuters, slugging may once again see a boost in participants. Kojo explores slugging and the way it might be simplified through technology.
- Kalai Kandasamy Sluglines App Creator
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