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"Also, the downtown transfer stations see more passengers than just the entry/exits reported above, but transfers aren't counted."

Should be easy enough to estimate transfers at certain stations based on origin and destination. That may not work too well, though, for transfers on lines that share multiple stations (Orange-Blue, Blue-Yellow, Yellow-Green). While Yellow/Green-Red has two transfer stations, I think it's safe to assume where transfers occur for most o-d pairs.

by jh on Nov 26, 2012 2:35 pm • linkreport

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