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M-1 Rail Line Is Convinced You Don't Need It After 10 P.M.

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In response to some twitter complaints about the M-1 Rail line's plans not to run after 10:00 p.m., the rail line cites a study. We're told via twitter that this study says you won't ride after 10:00 p.m. We're not told who conducted the study, when, or how we can get a copy. Screw the study. Curbed has a poll.

UPDATE: A M-1 rep has contacted Curbed to clarify that 10:00 p.m. time is a place holder. The time that the train stops running could change (or not) in the future. M-1 wanted to clarify that they did not do a study specifically on what time the train should stop running, but that they needed to pick a time to move forward with establishing the organization. The tweet above is not meant to reference an elusive study that resulted in 10:00 p.m. as the perfect train end time.

If you're interested in continuing to give them feedback, please keep voting below. Clearly someone at M-1 is reading this blog.

Poll results

Here's what the M-1 Rail page FAQ says, in case you missed it.

· The M-1 Rail Line Now Has Rail, Placed In a Straight Line