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... 72 In the United States, transit ridership overall has declined for six straight years. Bus ridership is at the lowest point since at least 1973, and rail ridership has decreased over the past few years, as well.
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... Conclusions and Next Steps 73 The decreases in transit ridership found in the last four years were not only in the largest cities but across the board. Nearly every transit agency investigated in the case studies had ridership increases through 2015, followed by steady decreases in ridership.
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