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@Matt Here's a graphic showing rider paths in 2009.
http://greatergreaterwashington.org/post/4068/directional-rider-flows-on-metro/
The issue with using this data to create one is figuring out how people travel, since there are often multiple paths (like Petworth to Judiciary Sq, or PG Plaza to Dupont)."

Cool, thanks for that link... I vaguely recall it when it was first posted.

But what I was thinking about - and apologies for not being clearer - was station-size representation being proportional to entry and exit counts, not the passenger volume on individual segments.

So Union Station would be the huge blob that ate Northeast, while Arlington Cemetery might be a blip.

by Jack Love on Nov 26, 2012 12:45 pm • linkreport

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