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June 13, 2013

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Ron Stewart

Occupant Load. Since calculation of Platform Occupant Load 5.5.5.6 requires that the maximum peak loads be calculated according to 5.5.5.6.1 through 5.5.5.6.4, would not 5.5.5.6.4 override 5.5.5.6.1 - 5.5.5.6.3.1 since the is defines the maximum train load to be the maximum capacity for the largest capacity train operating on that track, which would exceed any of the previous criteria, regardless of peak projected ridership.

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