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rpt2qtrCvrrpt2qtrHRCvrrpt2qtrLRCvrrpt2qtrCRCvrrpt2qtrTBCvrrpt2qtrMBCvrrpt2qtrUSRep_combinedrpt2qtrCanRepPUBLIC TRANSPORTATION RIDERSHIP REPORTAmerican Public Transportation Association1300 Eye St NW, Suite 1200 EWashington, DC 20005Second Quarter 2022 Contact: David Kahana Policy AnalystTelephone: (202) 496-4807ESTIMATED UNITED STATES UNLINKED TRANSIT PASSENGER TRIPSPeriod20222021APRILMAYJUNECALENDAR COMPARISONAPRILMAYJUNE202220212022202120222021WeekdaysSaturdaysSundaysHolidaysSecond QuarterESTIMATED UNLINKED TRANSIT PASSENGER TRIPSCURRENT YEAR (a)(b)PRECEDING YEAR (a)(b)% CHANGE (b)215402244022224544015521122440Percent Change2021-2022Email: [email protected],914526,082528,3991,571,395358,413378,935414,5041,151,85144.22%36.42%38.83%27.48%*(000's)(000's)MODEAPRIL '22MAY '22JUN '22APR '22-JUN '22APRIL '21MAY '21JUN '21APR '21-JUN '21SecondQuarterYear-to-Date(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)JAN '22-JUN '22(000's)JAN '21-JUN '21(000's)(000's)Note: Data may differ from that included in Federal Transit Administration reports due to differences in data calculation procedures and in periods of time covered.(a) Transit agencies assigned by urbanized areas or urban places of less than 50,000 population outside urbanized areas based on 2010 U.S. Census Population.(b) Year-to-date ridership adjusted for data received after closing dates of previous issues.(c) Includes aerial tramway, automated guideway, cable car, ferryboat, inclined plane, monorail, and vanpool.Bus Population GroupBus Total29.26%259,021251,2761,459,388198,514200,1351,129,02526.39%255,381765,678605,810207,162United States Total40.76%526,082528,3992,929,315358,413378,9352,081,02636.42%516,9141,571,3951,151,851414,504* Preliminary information based on data from reporting systems.For more information visithttps://www.apta.com/research-technical-resources/transit-statistics/ridership-report/Heavy Rail55.29%192,864200,3121,061,837114,016129,079683,78847.84%189,601582,776394,205151,110Light Rail53.75%25,45525,623143,01415,99517,00893,01548.45%25,30376,38051,45318,450Commuter Rail83.19%21,89824,078118,84810,52512,31064,87674.01%21,28867,26438,65615,822Trolleybus42.42%3,9853,89622,5772,7292,93015,85232.28%3,76511,6468,8043,1452,000,000+28.67%181,327178,3661,000,177136,205140,201146,517777,33326.04%173,349533,043422,923500,000 to 1,999,99921.42%49,90048,686280,68340,62940,58141,286231,16020.47%48,984147,571122,495100,000 to 499,99936.94%20,28918,409121,75216,19714,96315,02188,90733.02%22,73061,42846,180Below 100,00079.52%7,5045,81556,7765,4834,3904,33831,62666.32%10,31823,63614,211Demand Response22.49%12,39512,51069,33910,02110,05110,54856,60920.92%12,12137,02630,620Other (c)43.46%10,46410,70454,3126,6137,4228,26737,86037.32%9,45630,62422,302Canada68.49%127,451131,029673,41764,73366,67174,769399,67182.08%116,929375,409206,173(reporting systems)American Public Transportation Association1300 Eye St NW, Suite 1200 EWashington, DC 20005Contact: David KahanaPolicy AnalystTelephone: (202) 496-4807PRECEDING YEAR (a)(b)% CHANGE (b)CURRENT YEAR (a)(b)2 Email: [email protected] RIDERSHIP REPORTSecond Quarter 2022ESTIMATED UNLINKED TRANSIT PASSENGER TRIPS HEAVY RAIL29-Aug-22APR '22MAY '22JUN '22JUN '22MAY '21JUN '21JAN '21-JUN '212nd QtrChngYTDChng(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)JAN '22-(000's)APR '21Transit AgencyState andPrimary CityAVGWKDY(000's)JUN '22APR '22-(000's)JUN '21APR '21-(000's)Los Angeles County MTA2,196.92,127.72,056.51,610.51,666.61,750.812,938.49,261.326.91%39.70%CA74.2Los Angeles6,381.15,027.9San Francisco Bay Area RTD3,236.53,403.23,599.81,627.81,822.22,162.717,961.09,479.682.43%89.47%CA130.6San Francisco10,239.55,612.7Washington Metro Area TA8,149.08,073.59,060.13,651.64,079.65,102.142,194.120,862.297.01%102.25%DC280.9Washington25,282.612,833.3Miami-Dade Transit Agency1,027.11,023.3975.5827.4887.1723.55,849.04,885.024.11%19.73%FL40.6Miami3,025.92,438.0Metro Atlanta Rapid Tr Auth2,289.42,308.62,272.81,719.31,803.71,917.312,850.49,880.626.29%30.06%GA83.4Atlanta6,870.85,440.3Chicago Transit Authority8,319.38,923.99,408.35,004.15,724.76,758.647,400.729,496.052.40%60.70%IL323.0Chicago26,651.517,487.4Massachusetts Bay Tr Auth7,022.07,029.77,344.94,089.54,676.25,335.838,746.024,298.151.73%59.46%MA267.8Boston21,396.614,101.5Maryland Transit Admin113.4112.191.9151.3140.1135.3701.5737.5-25.62%-4.88%MD3.9Baltimore317.4426.7Port Authority of NY & NJ3,846.44,001.44,234.02,086.02,356.22,791.721,308.412,238.067.02%74.12%NJ153.6Jersey City12,081.87,233.9Port Authority Transit Corp406.5403.9432.0250.9267.8310.22,285.31,452.949.89%57.29%NJ16.2Lindenwold1,242.4828.9MTA New York City Transit148,723.0151,157.0156,700.089,859.0102,449.9120,506.0834,795.0543,353.345.96%53.64%NY5,651.0New York456,580.0312,814.9MTA Staten Island Railway300.6336.0329.9207.6189.5215.41,861.11,093.457.80%70.21%NY14.2New York966.5612.5Greater Cleveland Reg TA235.1220.3191.8188.9196.6193.11,339.51,124.911.86%19.08%OH8.0Cleveland647.2578.6Southeastern Penn TA3,537.43,534.73,429.72,631.62,699.83,080.920,487.514,978.724.84%36.78%PA139.9Philadelphia10,501.88,412.3Puerto Rico DOT197.9208.7184.5110.9118.9126.41,119.4646.765.95%73.09%PR9.0San Juan591.1356.2394,205.1582,776.2Note: Data may differ from that included in Federal Transit Administration reports due to differences in data calculation procedures and in periods of time covered.(a) Transit agencies assigned by urbanized areas or urban places of less than 50,000 population outside urbanized areas based on 2010 U.S. Census Population.(b) Year-to-date ridership adjusted for data received after closing dates of previous issues.REPORTED TOTAL192,864.0200,311.71,061,837.3114,016.4129,078.9683,788.247.84%55.29%PROJECTED TOTAL (c) 151,109.8189,600.57,196.2394,205.1582,776.255.29%192,864.0200,311.71,061,837.3114,016.4129,078.9151,109.8683,788.247.84%189,600.5American Public Transportation Association1300 Eye St NW, Suite 1200 EWashington, DC 20005Contact: David KahanaPolicy AnalystTelephone: (202) 496-4807PRECEDING YEAR (a)(b)% CHANGE (b)CURRENT YEAR (a)(b) Email: [email protected] RIDERSHIP REPORTSecond Quarter 2022ESTIMATED UNLINKED TRANSIT PASSENGER TRIPS LIGHT RAIL29-Aug-223APR '22MAY '22JUN '22JUN '22MAY '21JUN '21JAN '21-JUN '212nd QtrChngYTDChng(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)(000's)JAN '22-(000's)APR '21Transit AgencyState andPrimary CityAVGWKDY(000's)JUN '22APR '21-(000's)JUN '21APR '21-(000's)Rock Region


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