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Old 05-14-2017, 09:47 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by 4X4 View Post
Assuming those numbers are correct, and I have no reason to think they're made up, then it kind of seems like a good reason to go north first. The only reason I can think of that they'd go south anyway, is to capture more ridership. The SE seems like an absolute goldmine for an LRT. Not just the residential areas, but also the industrial areas. Not everybody works downtown.

Doesn't matter to me, I live by the red line. Just speculating.
On the other hand, the reason the North ridership is higher could just be that more people in the SE drive because transit from there is such a PITA. So they may get more people converting to transit from the SE than they do in the North as they already use it there.

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