Washington, DC: Commuting without Metro is a struggle for late-night workers – Greater Greater Washington

Darryl Haden, 34, and Mathieu Ghirardo, 21, start their workday when many of us are prepping for our exit. As fryers at Amsterdam Falafelshop, they come in around 4 pm, and may not get off work until 4 am the following morning. For both Ghirardo, who lives in Arlington, Virginia, and Haden, who lives in Oxon Hill, Maryland, this schedule creates complicated transportation challenges as they try to get home.

Source: Commuting without Metro is a struggle for late-night workers – Greater Greater Washington