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Matt Johnson

Now if hotels.com would just allow a transit search filter. Whenever I travel, I care much more about transit proximity than cost (or neighborhood), since that's how I'll be getting around.

Now, I have to know where transit stops are and then find hotels close by. It's not very efficient.

Al Dimond

I think it's worth noting that the tools haven't caught up to the reality of the bus system. If you live in the U District your bus downtown is extremely crowded (to the point that it will often pass you by), and your bus to Bellevue runs on 520, which means it's extremely unreliable. Also... that part of the U District is overwhelmingly populated by undergrads, which doesn't bode well for your sleep schedule. This couple is probably better off living close to where one of them works. The one that has to cross the lake takes the 550, the other walks to work and does more chores around the house.

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