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Posted on: September 01, 2009 at 9:48PM

The Metro provides a great way to get around. If you are in town longer than two or three days, buying day passes may not be the best buy. Consider buying a Smart Card for $5 for each person and then adding value to it as you go (start with $10 and see how long that lasts you). You can use them any time of the day or night--and you'll save money on fares. They're also much more convenient than paper passes. Then, when you're done with your trip, donate them to an area charity, such as a church or an homeless shelter. For some, not having to pay the $5 for a Smart Card will be a real blessing. report a problem

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