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As someone who gets stuck in the lines to get out of Columbia Heights station in the evening fairly often, I'd say a lot of the people getting off there are people from other parts of the city going shopping after work too. You can always see folks coming and going with shopping bags from Target, Marshall's, Giant, etc., and heading back to the trains afterwards. Those riders combined with all the new residents moving in to the neighborhood (who of course exit and then don't go back into the system until the next day) would add up to some pretty big evening exit counts.

by iaom on Nov 26, 2012 12:43 pm • linkreport

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