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Slug line changes on hold

(File) An OmniRide commuter bus bound for Dale City stops at 14th Street and New York Avenue in Downtown Washington and picks up about 20 passengers as slugs looked on.

Washington, D.C. –– Changes are coming this spring for commuters who slug home from Washington to Virginia.

The changes will affect multiple stops where slugs (passengers who ride in cars of three or more occupants to use Interstate 395/95's High Occupancy Vehicle lanes) are picked up each weekday afternoon, including one of the city’s busiest slug spots: 14th Street and Constitution Avenue.

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