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I wonder if the BRAC relocations from the past few years have had a negative impact on passenger counts at Crystal City Station. If I recall correctly, a lot of the DOD offices were BRAC'ed to not so transit friendly locations, such as Ft. Belvoir and the now massive Mark Center complex along I-395 at Seminary Road.

Surprised to see how low Franconia-Springfield is on the list for commuters; not surprised at all by Vienna. The Silver Line will probably knock West Falls Church out of the top ten when service begins.

by Transport. on Nov 26, 2012 11:20 am • linkreport

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