NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Trivial pursuit, New York-style: Where’s the city’s most used subway turnstile?

A turnstile at Manhattan’s Columbus Circle registered more than 1.4 million swipes this past year, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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It’s even more now, since the MTA counted on Aug. 19.

One subway rider had a theory as to why that one takes the prize, telling the Daily News that it’s the closest one to the escalator.

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The runners-up among most-used New York turnstiles are two turnstiles next to each other at the Jamaica Center station in Queens.

A turnstile at Times Square and two at Grand Central Terminal are next.

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