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I'm working on my trip plans for this coming summer, and I'm hoping for some non-promotional insight on the metro system.

1. How bad is the rush hour really? Is travelling to downtown at 7:30/8 a.m. that much more terrible than travelling at 8:30/9 a.m.?

2. Are there any stations I, as a solo woman, should really avoid at night (9 p.m. to 1 a.m.)? I am usually observant and careful but not timid. I know SallyCanuck mentioned the Warden Station as pretty iffy, are there any others?

3. How safe is the Kipling Station at night?

4. If I get a Day Pass, can I use that to travel on the streetcars and busses also? I thought I could, but then I read they only take exact cash, tickets and tokens and now I'm confused.

As I continue to research, I'm sure I'll have more questions. Thanks a lot! :)

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