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I too was struck by the absence of Crystal City. There is a study currently in progress that would open up the station to a second entrance, close to the corner of 15th St and Crystal Drive. This certainly doesn't add a lot of momentum to that effort.

While the station feels busy and crowded, it obviously sees nowhere near the usage as that encountered at Pentagon City, which gets a bump from the retail presence.

What it does show is the need to improve the flow at Union.

by Jack Love on Nov 26, 2012 11:13 am • linkreport

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