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Metro ridership falling despite fat federal transit benefits

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Meanwhile, residents flock to bikes, commuter trains Metro ridership is flagging even though more people than ever are flocking to other modes of public transit such as bike share and local commuter trains. The transit agency's overall ridership for the fiscal year is down 3.6 percent through March, driven primarily by a 4.9 percent drop on the rail system, according to Metro's latest financial...

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