The line to/from VA to DC (yellow line?) was definitely OK during normal business hours.
I'm no expert on D.C., having only been there once. But I can say that the main part of the city, with all the monuments, museums, and whatnot, was absolutely beautiful. All the buildings, streets, and medians were kept up expertly, with no litter to be found anywhere on the ground, at least from what I saw.
But drive two miles the other way, and on the outskirts of town, it's ghettos like I've never seen. Nothing but niggers, or what appeared to be niggers anyway. Most of the people we encountered were black as coal, but couldn't speak a word of English. We got sort of lost at one point, and we eventually found a police officer to help us out, because we damn sure couldn't communicate with any of the niggers up there.
We stayed at a hotel in Silver Spring, Maryland, which wasn't that bad. We did see a lot of niggers milling about, but none of them really paid any attention to us, which was fine with me. Once we learned our way around and learned how to avoid all the ghettos, we had a great time.
It just goes to show you that niggers can ruin anything if given the opportunity.
I hate niggers man.