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COTA's 2009 ridership up

Bus| April 5, 2010
In addition to higher ridership, COTA continues its service expansion and bus fleet upgrade making transit more convenient and reliable for central Ohio residents.

Vancouver transit systems achieve ridership gains from Olympic Games

Bus| March 10, 2010

TransLink SkyTrain ridership was up 54 percent during the first week of the Olympic Games.

Rail| December 10, 2009

Amtrak adds capacity, breaks Thanksgiving record

Comparing Thanksgiving 2009 to Thanksgiving 2008, there was a 5.5 percent increase in ridership on the Northeast Corridor, a 2.9 percent increase on state-supported trains and other short distance corridors, and a 4.7 percent increase on long-distance trains.
Rail| December 1, 2009

Charlotte, N.C. area tops nation in PT use

Of the top ten cities listed in the U.S. OMB report, which includes Denver, San Antonio and St. Louis, seven have implemented light rail and one has commuter rail service, many integrated with transit-oriented development and with a dedicated funding source for public transit.

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