WASHINGTON -- One D.C. neighborhood has voiced its concern with a Metro proposal to help late night workers impacted by its service hours.
In March, Metro proposed subsidizing trips for late night workers who use taxis or ride share companies like Uber and Lyft.
The agency said between midnight and 4 a.m., it would look into paying the first three dollars of a worker's fare, up to a maximum of 10 trips per week.
Late night workers expressed their concern with Metro in 2016 when the transit service decided to cut its late night hours.
On Wednesday, Adams Morgan's ANC commission, ANC 1C, voted on a resolution to oppose Metro's proposal.
The commission said it was concerned that subsidized rides could lead to even more traffic in Adams Morgan's already congested roads.
"It just feels counter intuitive," said ANC Commissioner Bridget Pooley. "The whole point of WMATA is that we're creating a safe way for many many people to use mass transit to move to the city without adding cars to the road."
She added that she felt the proposal ultimately would not accomplish much.
"Can you imagine taking a $20 cab ride home?," she said. "WMATA will pay for $3. Who pays for the balance of that? It's on you."
The commission's resolution stresses the need for Metro to use the infrastructure it already has with its bus lines to address the concerns of late night workers.
WUSA9 reached out to Metro for comment Wednesday afternoon, but it did not receive a response.