May 23, 2018

Public transit ridership down from the 1990s

City Lab =  While we’re seeing a steady decline in transit ridership, there are reasons to believe it won’t be a permanent shift. The share of commuters using transit to get to work in major transit cities has been shrinking for decades. The current decline, though, comes after a peak, when ridership increased 35 percent from 1996 to 2014.

What’s behind America’s decline in transit ridership?

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