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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by GWSHARK, Apr 24, 2012.
This is strictly casual observation, but judging by the way the traffic patterns form at the Wilson Bridge during rush hour (both morning and evening), there always seems to be heavier back-up on the Maryland side trying to get into Virginia, than going the other way. I always inferred that to mean there were more jobs (or preferable jobs) on the Virginia side of the river.
I think McDonnell has been doing a hell of a job, but given the proximity of VA, DC, and MD, I'm guessing that the socioeconomic dynamics of all three areas impact each other greatly, positively and negatively.
Not a huge scientific study by any means -- just shootin' from the hip...