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Columbia Heights and Fort Totten are both stations that haven't appeared in other top 10 counts, so their inclusion is somewhat surprising.

I don't find it surprising at all that the CoHe exit is in the top 10 for PM exits. I mean, have you been to CoHe lately? It's a major nightlife area now---actually, I'd say it's much more of a nightlife hotspot than Dupont Circle is. I'd say it's 2nd probably only to Gallery Place and maybe U Street.

To me, the absence of U St. from that list is the MOST surprsing.

by LuvDusty on Nov 28, 2012 10:58 am • linkreport

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