But they don't have any hard numbers
Officials say there are more bicycles filling up bike-racks at stations as well.
With plans to increase parking
While ridership has grown at almost all of Metro’s end-of-the-line stations, parking use has dropped slightly as more riders rely on bicycles and commuter buses to reach the stations, officials said. “Racks are seeing quite a bit of use at a number of stations: Vienna, West Falls Church, East Falls Church, Silver Spring, West Hyattsville, Braddock Road, King Street and Cleveland Park, to name a few,” Metro planning chief Nat Bottigheimer said. “In some cases, racks are well over capacity and cyclists are locking bikes to any stationary object.” Officials are developing plans to install more bike racks outside stations and are considering adding some to secure areas in parking garages.