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This is a fantastic idea in that it costs incredibly little and will make a real difference. I agree with posters that it may be difficult to change the bus-exit culture in DC, and it is true that you sometimes have to yell for the rear door to be opened.

The simple solution to this is that you ALWAYS open the rear door, but more importantly, you open it first - just long enough for people to start moving in that direction and then you start boarding from the front. Other bus systems use this method and it is really effective.

by Daniel R on Aug 22, 2016 9:58 am • linkreport

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