Station Domination, HumaneWatch Style
If you live in the D.C. area and commute on the Metro, you probably have no shortage of gripes, whether it’s waiting 8 minutes for a train during rush hour, cars without A/C, tourists who don’t understand “walk left, stand right,” the ancient trains, or simply the weird smells. But we’re hoping to make some commutes a bit more interesting.
We’ve taken out HumaneWatch ads all over Union Station, which also serves as a nexus for rail commuters and is located just a few blocks from the Capitol as well as in Metro cars throughout the system. You can see them below. For a system that gets 150 million trips a month, a lot of people are going to learn the truth about the Humane Society of the U.S.