January 13, 2014
C-Van carried an estimated 229,970 passenger trips, its highest ever. Service officials are requesting an increase in the paratransit budget from C-Tran, the transit system that operates the service.
January 7, 2014
Carried more passengers than during any other year in its 25-year history of operation. According to records, 4,350,782 trips were taken on the commuter rail line in 2013, up from approximately 4,300,000 in 2008 when gas prices were at their highest.
June 26, 2013
Most trains operated at or near capacity. Special four-car sets were operated to accommodate the anticipated overflow crowd.
May 29, 2013
Ridership on the system was up 4.3% overall compared to the same month last year, with the MARC Penn Line leading the surge.
February 18, 2013
The I-BUS Express is a public service of the Connecticut and New York State Departments of Transportation, operated by CTTRANSIT, in cooperation with the Westchester County Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Metro-North Railroad.
February 8, 2013
Had an estimated 28 million boardings last year. Average weekday boardings topped 93,000 for the year. The combined annual numbers were up almost 12% over 2011 and boardings on all Sound Transit services topped agency projections for the year.
November 15, 2012
In terms of average weekday boardings, Metro Rail ridership showed a 19% gain compared to one year ago, totaling 360,901 average weekday boardings on the entire 87.7-mile system.
October 18, 2012
Providing more than 6.3 million rides and generated the highest annual ridership total since the transportation agency introduced local fixed-route service in 1979.
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