This study systematically examines recent trends in public transit ridership in the U.S. during the 1990s. Specifically, this analysis focuses on agencies that increased ridership during the latter half of the decade. While transit ridership increased steadily by 13 percent nationwide between 1995 and 1999, not all systems experienced ridership growth equally. While some agencies increased ridership dramatically, some did so only minimally, and still others lost riders. What sets these agencies apart from each other? What explains the uneven growth in ridership?
Â Transit ridership, Transit buses, Transit fares.
Brian D. Taylor, Peter J. Haas, Brent Boyd, Daniel Baldwin Hess, Hiroyuki Iseki, and Allison Yoh. "Increasing Transit Ridership: Lessons from the Most Successful Transit Systems in the 1990s, MTI Report-01-22" Mineta Transportation Institute Publications (2002).