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I don't see how you could use Gallery Place as an example of transit bringing nuisance crimes. Gallery place is (a) in the heart of downtown DC (b) full of people (c) full of stores (d) very close to many major destinations (e.g. Verizon Ctr). Transit made (b)-(d) possible, but I believe the crime is a result of (a)-(d), not transit per se.

by SJE on Dec 29, 2012 12:35 pm • linkreport

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