You've told us about your pet peeves, but now we want to know your tips for making a Metro ride more tolerable.
For us, we try to be at the front of the trains because it seems slightly less crowded, and we steer clear of the dreaded cow pen walls next to the doors, opting to board via these doors instead. Or maybe you avoid expeditionary Metro riders.
Tell us your secrets for making Metro less sucky.
Some Twitter tips:
@Rizzz: Srsly tho: figuring out which car to get on so that I can hit my connection @ Ft Totten was crucial for unsucking Metro.
@arielleholland: Also, helpful #wmata sign announcing next train isn't showing any minute counts. Bad sign
@JeremyCee Put a bookmark in your phone's web browser for mobile services "Next Train" page @ your home station
A DC Examiner reporter had a very different experience at a Metro public hearing than we did.