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Old May 15th, 2019, 09:36 AM #11
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Just to clarify , WMATA aka Metro ,does NOT have a ban on the public ( aka non- employee, non- contractors ) carrying on Metro . The District of Columbia has a Statute generally prohibiting it .
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Hopefully you are planning on including DC’s ban on Metro Bus and other “public transport” in the complaint as well, and not just Metro Rail within the city.
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Hopefully you are planning on including DC’s ban on Metro Bus and other “public transport” in the complaint as well, and not just Metro Rail within the city.
You have to speak to George Lyon. He is the attorney in this case. I am just helping him get plaintiffs.
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The statute includes any public transportation vehicle, which includes Metrobus

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A public transportation vehicle, including the Metrorail transit system and its stations.
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QUOTE=swinokur. The statute includes any public transportation vehicle, which includes Metrobus

From MPD web page... A public transportation vehicle, including the Metrorail transit system and its stations./QUOTE

Wonder how a transit vehicle is a station. Seems vague.
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They’re saying no carry in a station either not just vehicles and trains
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They’re saying no carry in a station either not just vehicles and trains
You are correct. Current DC law currently excludes all flavors of public transportation. That is problematic for city folk like me that do not own a personal vehicle.
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You are correct. Current DC law currently excludes all flavors of public transportation. That is problematic for city folk like me that do not own a personal vehicle.
it basically means you have to take lyft and uber right?
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Uber has a no firearms policy for both drivers and clients ( even where legal ) .
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