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Slug drivers say police have been enforcing the District's no-stopping zone law and ticketing them for picking up carpoolers. Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier says police haven't changed what they normally do.
Beginning Monday afternoon, casual carpoolers will have to go around the corner to New York Avenue between 15th and 14 streets Northwest to grab a ride home.
The expansion of the Potomac Mills Mall that led to the loss of more than 700 park-and-ride spaces has sent hundreds of commuters scrambling for alternatives.
If you park at Potomac Mills in order to catch a slug line or bus ride to work, you are going to find it much more difficult on Monday.
Potomac Mills mall will be cutting back on it's commuter parking spots next month because of a planned expansion to the facility - which will cause some serious problems for commuters.