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Drive for Metro: Doesn’t Require Driving to Metro

Bike racks at Metro base, photo by VeloBusDriver Recently, a couple applicants for King County Metro driving positions who were turned down complained they were turned down for not owning cars. I checked with Jeff Switzer, at King County Department of Transportation, who told me car ownership is not a requirement. However, you will need […]
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