Average Weekday Unlinked Passenger Trips, 2000

State
 
Modes
 
Rail Transit Agency
 
Average Daily Rail
 
Part 659 Oversight
 
CA HR BART (San Francisco) 348,000  
  HR, LR LACMTA (Los Angeles) 125,000  
  LR, CC Muni (San Francisco) 145,000  
  LR San Diego Trolley 85,000 California PUC
  LR Sacramento RTD 30,000  
  LR Santa Clara Valley TA 28,500  
CO LR Denver RTD 30,500 Colorado PUC
DC-MD-VA HR Washington Metro 815,000 TOC
FL HR, AG Miami Metro-Dade 50,000 Florida DOT
  AG Jacksonville TA 2,500  
GA HR MARTA (Atlanta) 265,000 Georgia DOT
IL HR CTA (Chicago) 496,000 Illinois RTA
  LR Bi-State Development Agency 12,000 St. Clair County (IL only)
LA LR New Orleans RTA 25,000 Louisiana DOTD
MD HR, LR Baltimore MTA 76,000 Maryland DOT
MA HR, LR MBTA (Boston) 675,000 Massachusetts DTE
MI AG Detroit People Mover 4,000 Michigan CIS
  LR Detroit Trolley 1,000  
MO LR Bi-State Development Agency 42,000 Missouri MCRS
        (Missouri operations only)
NJ LR Newark Light Rail 17,000  
  LR Hudson-Bergen Light Rail 10,000 New Jersey DOT
    Port Authority Transit    
  HR Corporation 37,000  
NY HR NYCT (New York City) 5,900,000 New York PTSB
  LR NFTA (Buffalo) 24,000  
OH HR, LR Cleveland 12,000 Ohio DOT
OR LR Portland Tri-Met 70,000 Oregon DOT
PA HR, LR SEPTA 400,000  
  LR, IP PA Transit (Pittsburgh) 25,000 Pennsylvania DOT
  IP CCTA (Cambria County) 2,000  
TN LR MATA (Memphis) 3,500 Tennessee DOT
    CARTA (Chattanooga) 1,000  
TX LR Dallas (DART) 40,000 Texas DOT
  LR GIT (Galveston) 1,000  
UT LR UTA (Salt Lake City) 25,000 Utah DOT
WA LR King County (Seattle) 500 Washington DOT
  AG Monorail (Seattle) 1,000  
WI LR Kenosha Transit 600 Wisconsin DOT
22 STATES   36 AGENCIES 9,825,100  

HR = Heavy Rail; IC = Intercity Rail; CR = Commuter Rail; LR = Light Rail

This table presents the average daily ridership for the 36 rail transit agencies affected by FTA’s State Safety Oversight Program

   

State Safety Oversight • Issue 10 • October 2001

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