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Vote: Which agency has the best transportation options?
Friday - 8/27/2010, 3:28pm EDT
Sometimes it's the little things that make a difference when it comes to your job.
As part of our Best of the Federal Government series, we asked you to nominate the agencies with the best transportation or parking options - the agency that makes your commute a bit easier.
The five agencies receiving the most nominations: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, NASA, the Defense Department, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the National Institutes of Health.
As one reader put it, NGA is "quiet and away from major traffic, hustle and bustle. It is convenient to bus stops and major roads but parking is its high point. Free and plenty of it, what more could one ask?"
NASA was nominated for its low monthly parking fee ($50/month).
As one nominator put it, "Besides walking, cycling, cars, metro, planes, etc., what other agency has human-rated rockets?"
Readers also had good things to say about the NRC. "Next door to White Flint metro, underground parking, easy access off 270 & 495, and teleworking is encouraged."
Now it's your turn to vote. Tell us which of these five agencies deserves to win. Vote in our poll below and be sure to tune in Friday, Sept. 3 to find out the winner.
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