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Take the orange line in NoVa for example. The transfer focused stations (not all park and ride, but including lots of bus transfers as well) are Vienna, West Falls Church, and to SOME extent, Dunn Loring. So that segment divides among three stations, mostly. The very TODish stations are Rosslyn, Court House, Clarendon, Va Square, AND Ballston. Five stations. That means the TOD segment is more divided up (I leave out EFC, which I think has elements of both - bu the parking lot is small) If each of the TOD stations had riderships as high as the highest transfer focused station, that would mean a much larger than is reasonable majority for the TOD stations. I think this may be even more true for the Red Line.

It would be like deciding that North America is more populated than Europe, because the USA is more populated than than Germany.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Nov 26, 2012 1:34 pm • linkreport

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