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@grumpy: "I was surprised that Fort Totten popped up on the last list - is it really that big of a bus hub? "

http://wmata.com/rail/station_bus_maps/PDFs/Fort%20Totten%20Station.pdf?

Yeah, Fort Totten does have a lot of buses. 9 bus bays with a variety of lines (I've seen these bays crowded at many points of the day. You've got the very frequent K6 (eastern moco), which serves NH ave (filling the gap between the red and green lines. Some of the 60 buses stop there. I've also seen very crowded R line buses (northwest prince georges - riggs road).

by Nick on Nov 26, 2012 1:39 pm • linkreport

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