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Wait, so we're comparing the density of cities that have had transit for a hundred years to the density of cities that haven't? How does that make sense? We've been building highways here, which decrease density, but not transit, which leads to an increase. New York City hasn't built any new highways, but has built transit. This isn't hard to understand.

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