The Washington Post, November 18, 2021
Del. Robbyn T. Lewis said she found it hard to get around without a car, but after owning one, she hatched a plan to give it up.
For Lewis, abandoning her car was a choice. But she represents a city where more than a quarter of households don’t have access to a private vehicle, and where access to cars breaks down along racial lines — with a majority of households in some predominantly Black neighborhoods not having the use of a vehicle.