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Dupont Circle is only activated and filled with people because there is other stuff to walk to all around it. It is relatively easy to get in and out of the circle due to the traffic patterns - even though the pedestrian lights are mistimed you can jaywalk a lot. Logan circle is also used some.

There are a whole host of other circles in DC I invite you to visit to see how boring and useless these spaces can be:
Washington Circle (though maybe this has improved now that it has crosswalks)
Thomas Circle
Scott Circle
Grant Circle
Sherman Circle

Some nice space to walk your dog through I suppose but not really "used" like Dupont is.

by MLD on Jan 2, 2013 3:52 pm • linkreport

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