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OTOH, Silver Spring and Pentagon City are smart growth stations, where peds combine with bus riders. And not all of the terminus stations are smart growth free - Vienna has nearby MetroWest and some slightly older TOD, Huntingon has some new development within walking distance, and Franconia has a hi rise within walking distance - and of course all get bus transfers.

That said, what this shows is that because the Park and Ride crowd tends to concentrate at a few terminus stations, it will show bigger numbers than any individual TOD focused station - esp as many of those are far from built out, or are in parts of DC where development is held back by zoning, hist preservation, and/or the height limit.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Nov 26, 2012 12:42 pm • linkreport

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