U.S. public transit - Number of unlinked passenger trips Q1 2012-2013

Number of unlinked passenger trips in public transit in the United States Q1 2012 an Q1 2013

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Source

Release date

May 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

Q1 2012 and Q1 2013

Supplementary notes

This data is preliminary information based on data from reporting systems. Unlinked passenger trips are defined as the number of passengers who board public transportation vehicles. Passengers are counted each time they board vehicles no matter how many vehicles they use to travel from their origin to their destination.
Transit modes: Heavy rail, light rail, commuter rail, trolleybus, bus, demand response, and other (includes aerial tramway, automated guideway, cable car, ferryboat, inclined plane, monorail, and vanpool).

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