New Slug lines at the Staffordboro commuter lot

New Sluglines from Staffordboro Commuter Lot to Rosslyn and DC

More than 500 commuters slug form Staffordboro commuter lot between 5:00 AM and 7:00 AM. It is time to split the line when we have more than 30 riders in the line and 10 cars waiting to load passengers at the same time, and the riders can’t hear the driver’s location. Similar changes were made at the Horner road in early 2000’s, now we have 1500 commuters using 6 separate lines. At Staffordboro commuter lot, Slug lines are kept close…

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Staffordboro Slug Pickup Signs

Staffordboro and Mine Road Commuter Parking Lots gets New Slug Line Sign

Stafford County is posting destination signs at the Staffordboro and Mine Road commuter lots for slug lines in response to a grass roots initiative from commuters. “Sluggers” requested the signs to more easily determine car pool destinations. The signs will debut on Monday, November 13, 2017. “Slug lines are unique to our region and Washington, D.C. and many of our citizens rely on them every day,” said Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Paul Milde. “When we were approached by…

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