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Old 10-30-2006, 07:02 PM
n77 n77 started this thread
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Despite the horrendous DC area traffic, I'll be commuting to Johns Hopkins Hospital from the Washington, DC area. I'll need to be there by 7:30a-7:45a and will be leaving from between 5:30p-6:30p. The two options I'm considering are:

1) Living in Bethesda, probably near 495, and driving.
2) Living closer to Union Station in DC, taking the MARC train to Penn Station in Balt., and then finding transportation to Johns Hopkins Hospital (via subway or shuttle bus).

I'm wondering if anyone has insight into either of these options. Fortunately, this will be only for a year.
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