D.C. Housing May be Less Expensive than the Suburbs

[By Paul Goddin for Mobility Lab] The conventional wisdom is that living in the city is much more expensive than living outside of it. Taxes, entertainment, and groceries all add up to a slightly higher cost of living in the city. Housing, though, is the expense that tips the scales decidedly in favor of the …

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Ride Public Transportation, Find Love?

[By Paul Goddin for Mobility Lab] There seems to be quite a lot of flirting, or at least furtive glancing, taking place on public transportation. A new series of Metro ads celebrating the opening of the Silver Line suggests the new rail line to Reston might not only connect Washington D.C. residents with jobs and housing, but …

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