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Well this is only the top 10 stations. It's incredibly likely that the more in town stations beat the more peripheral stations on average.

Moreover, when you live closer to your job you also have more options to get to work. It's easier to bike, walk, or take a bus. Meanwhile if you live in fairfax but work in DC you're options are more limited than if you lived in DC. Smart growth is more than a metro line.

by drumz on Nov 26, 2012 1:50 pm • linkreport

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