Driving in the D.C. area is more expensive and the price of gas keeps going up. Tom Kloza with the Oil Price Information Service tells us why costs keep climbing and if it will ever taper off. And on a related note, Metro is seeing more than double the riders it had on its rail service than it did last year. It’s likely due to the return to work in-person combined with the escalating cost to drive. WTOP’s Luke Lukert sums up the latest Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority report which shows ridership may be up, but satisfaction with Metro is not.