Comment 70821

By Ryan (registered) - website | Posted October 24, 2011 at 11:41:07 in reply to Comment 70818

Most research into rapid transit and walkability puts the maximum average distance people will walk at around 400 m. By that reasoning, most rapid transit systems are designed with stops every 800 m or so.

One consolation is that, with all the new investment and urban development triggered by the LRT line, the walk to the nearest station will be a lot more pleasant than it may be today.

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