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"Columbia Heights and Fort Totten are both stations that haven't appeared in other top 10 counts, so their inclusion is somewhat surprising."

Columbia Heights has a lot of young people that get home a bit later than the standard PM rush period (conjecture).

Fort Totten is a working class area and there are a lot of bus transfers there. My guess is that workers who work later shifts (say, 11-7 or 12-8) go to Ft. Totten and go home later. Fort Totten is not your standard 9-5.

by Nick on Nov 26, 2012 11:49 am • linkreport

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