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Friendship Heights, Bethesda Lead County In Transit Commuting — Based on the U.S. Census American Community Survey, Friendship Heights, downtown Bethesda and Grosvenor see some of the highest rates of residents who commute to work via mass transit. Forty percent or more of employed adults in those census tracts use transit. [Just Up The Pike] Metro's Cracked Rail Problem — The cracked rail last week near the Bethesda Metro station was No. 26 of the year for Metro and caused single tracking delays between rush hour. Yesterday, a rail cracked near the Friendship Heights Metro station. [Washington Examiner] Photos From Big Train Holiday Auction — The annual fundraiser for the nonprofit Bethesda Big Train summer college baseball team was Sunday and included appearances from baseball reporter Tim Kurkjian and Washington Nationals utility man Steve Lombardozzi. [Big Train] Flickr photo by Jason A. Photography

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