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Re: Broad Street station Ridership: Why has it declined so much?

Posted by andy on Wed Jun 12 04:51:20 2019, in response to Broad Street station Ridership: Why has it declined so much?, posted by Union Tpke on Wed Jun 12 04:19:06 2019.

The end of South Brooklyn service via Montague Tunnel is probably the biggest factor. Broad Street is now effectively a stub end terminal with only the J (and its Z offshoot) serving it. Of course the post-9/11 job losses are obviously to blame as well. Finally there are many other nearby stations that Lower Manhattan riders can use, that have better service. 2/3 and 4/5 Wall Street Stations, Rector Street Stations on the R and #1 all come to mind.

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