That's an impressive, although not all that surprising, statistic. Thanks for sharing.
I thought the more impressive statistic was the even amount of entries and exits at the stations all day long. We've got people coming and going, and thus activity, all the time. It's a wonderful thing.
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72% are walking, and most of the rest are getting there on buses of bikes. Nobody drives to those stations.... And this is a SUBURB that was populated primarily by strip malls right up until the arrival of Metrorail. The R-B corridor is the product of late 20th and early 21st century development. Your city CAN recreate it.
Buses OR bikes. Sorry.
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