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Washington, D.C.’s richest and poorest Metro stops [MAPS]

Below is a map of the richest and poorest stops along the different lines of the Washington, D.C., Metro. According to Washington City Paper, the “figures are from the American Community Survey’s 2011 5-Year Estimates,” and each income marked on the map “represents an average of the median household incomes for all populated census tracts within a […]

Below is a map of the richest and poorest stops along the different lines of the Washington, D.C., Metro.
According to Washington City Paperthe “figures are from the American Community Survey’s 2011 5-Year Estimates,” and each income marked on the map “represents an average of the median household incomes for all populated census tracts within a half mile of the station.”
And the range of incomes? The high point is $147,630 near the Friendship Heights station, the low point is $31,735 in Congress Heights.

Metro map

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