Ridership sentence example

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  • However, the documents also show the government has no evidence the plan will increase ridership or help the environment.
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  • Indeed, Dutch railways argue that the relatively low cost of soft improvements means they will soon pay for themselves through increased ridership.
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  • At that time, decreasing public transport ridership was often just accepted as inevitable and environmental issues were of little concern.
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  • And trolleybuses will bring benefits such as higher ridership.
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  • However, contrary to what the noble Lord said, bus ridership is up and London Underground is carrying more passengers than ever before.
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  • Daily ridership on the subway system this month is averaging 658,000 a day.
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  • For example, in Salzburg, ridership increases of 16% have justified further conversion of diesel routes to trolleybus.
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  • Transit ridership, Fay noted, still pales in comparison to the number of people who travel by private vehicle.
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  • As the park opened taller, faster, and more intense rides, Python's ridership slowed while its maintenance costs rose.
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