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Gazette Premium Content Public transit ridership mostly down in Tenn.

Associated Press Updated: March 10, 2014 at 3:02 pm
Associated Press Updated: March 10, 2014 at 3:02 pm • Published: March 10, 2014

Despite growing national figures, most Tennesseans aren't using public transit as much as they did last year, according to new ridership numbers. What follows is a look at ridership reported by transit agencies in Tennessee. Urban area; Agency; Change in unlinked passenger trips 2012 to 2013;...

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Despite growing national figures, most Tennesseans aren't using public transit as much as they did last year, according to new ridership numbers.

What follows is a look at ridership reported by transit agencies in Tennessee.

Urban area; Agency; Change in unlinked passenger trips 2012 to 2013; Percent of increase or decrease

Chattanooga; Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority; 170,600 decrease; 5.2 percent

Clarksville; Clarksville Transit System; 85,600 decrease; 9.5 percent

Memphis; Memphis Area Transit Authority; 82,300 decrease; 0.8 percent

Nashville; Metropolitan Transit Authority; 166,100 increase; 1.7 percent

Nashville; Regional Transportation Authority; 41,600 decrease; 5.3 percent

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Source: American Public Transportation Association

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