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Definition of Ridership
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Ridership
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1. Transportation Statistics Annual Report (1997) edited by Marsha Fenn (1998)
"The net result was that total transit ridership in cities with new rail systems ... ridership on the nation's older subway systems, which serve Boston, ..."
2. Intercity Passenger Rail: Amtrak Needs to Improve Its Decisionmaking Process by Jayetta Z. Hecker (2002)
"A series of demand models estimate ridership and passenger-related revenues in response to variation in the stations served by each route, train departure ..."
3. Directory of Transportation Data Sources (1996)by Sarah Maccalous by Sarah Maccalous (1998)
"Mode Transit Abstract This publication contains individual transit system ridership data for the United States and larger Canadian transit systems. ..."
4. Development of Analytical Tools for Evaluating Operations of Light-Rail At by Carol H. Walters (1995)
"As automobiles are generally considered to have an average ridership of about 12 per vehicle, so LRVs have an average ridership. ..."