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US Heavy Rail(i.e subway and light rail)Ridership stats Q4 : 2011

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APTA has released its quarterly report on American transit ridership, and here are, as of 4th quarter 2011, the country's heavy rail systems ranked by average weekday ridership:

 

1. New York (MTA) - 8,360,700

2. Washington (DC Metro) - 961,500

3. Chicago (CTA) - 713,500

4. Boston - 525,600

5. San Francisco-Oakland (BART) - 379,300

6. Philadelphia (SEPTA) - 342,800

7. Jersey City (PATH) - 259,600

8. Atlanta - 225,300

9. Los Angeles (Southern Calif. Metro) - 142,600

10. Miami - 63,300

11. Baltimore - 50,200

12. San Juan - 43,800

13. Lindenwold (Patco) - 36,600

14. Cleveland - 17,800 *

15. New York (Staten Island SIR) - 17,300

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APTA has released its quarterly report on American transit ridership, and here are, as of 4th quarter 2011, the country's heavy rail systems ranked by average weekday ridership:

 

1. New York - 8,360,700

2. Washington - 961,500

3. Chicago - 713,500

4. Boston - 525,600

5. San Francisco - 379,300

6. Philadelphia - 342,800

7. Jersey City (PATH) - 259,600

8. Atlanta - 225,300

9. Los Angeles - 142,600

10. Miami - 63,300

11. Baltimore - 50,200

12. San Juan - 43,800

13. Lindenwold (Patco) - 36,600

14. Cleveland - 17,800 *

15. New York (Staten Island) - 17,300

 

 

NY first, DC a distant second is what its always been. I read somewhere about 3/4 of all subway rides in America take place in NYC. Its funny how Staten Island alone manages to be 15th, and PATH by itself is 7th.

San Juan got a subway system? I never knew.

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