LANDOVER, Md. — Twenty-six Giant Food locations throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia began selling reloadable farecards for use on the area's Metrobus and Metrorail systems this month. Prior to this expansion, only “a few” Giant Food stores sold the cards, which can also be purchased online, at Metro sales offices, in commuter stores and from vending machines at subway stations with parking facilities, Giant spokesman Jamie Miller told SN. With the expansion, riders from ...

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