Topic : ridership growth

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N.Y. subway ridership reaches 65-year high

Rail| April 22, 2015

The increased number of customers creates challenges for the MTA to operate the subway system while minimizing delays, crowding and inconvenience. The subway system has traditionally performed maintenance work during off-peak hours, which are now experiencing record ridership.

Record 10.8 billion trips taken on public transit in 2014

Management & Operations| March 9, 2015

Annual public transit ridership, the highest number in 58 years, increased even when gas prices declined by 42.9 cents in the fourth quarter.

Bus| January 20, 2015

IndyGo ridership reaches 23-year peak

Numbers for 2014 soared to 10.29M passenger trips, with seven individual months hitting highs that had never been seen before.

Bus| January 6, 2015

Montana bus system goes fare free to boost ridership

The three-year Zero-fare demonstration project is sponsored by 14 different community partners.

Accessibility| September 26, 2014

Tucson streetcar ridership exceeds expectations

By the first week of September, the streetcar was averaging roughly 5,000 per day, and continues to have a high volume of riders.
Bus| July 3, 2014

Arlington Transit claims success in first year

City officials had initially hoped the Metro Arlington Xpress would provide an average of 250 trips per day each month. They’ve exceeded that goal every month this year, peaking in mid-June at more than 400 trips per day.
Accessibility| May 23, 2014

As demand grows, B.C. paratransit looks to expand fleet

The transit system conducted a transportation service review that identified the need for a third handyDART service bus to meet the needs of seniors. The City of Powell River mayor said the service may need a fourth vehicle to meet demand.
Accessibility| March 10, 2014

Mass. senior shuttle to pilot ridership data program

The van service, which started as a volunteer program with a personal van about 10 years ago, has transformed into a collaboration with the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority that includes two minibuses and professional drivers.
Accessibility| February 24, 2014

Texas paratransit improves with Routematch tech

The agency has experienced greater cost savings, increased ridership and passengers per revenue mile, as well as a reduction in no-shows.
Rail| February 19, 2014

Houston Metro rail line ridership exceeds projections

Since its launch in December, the North Line has surpassed ridership projections by 62%. In January, its first full month of service, the rail line averaged 4,200 weekday boardings, 1,600 more than what is forecasted to be the average daily ridership by the end of the 2014 fiscal year.

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