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Old 05-12-2016, 11:57 AM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Originally Posted by Kobe25_ View Post
Seattle has seen the highest transit ridership growth in the last 10 years and is now #7 (after the "big 6") in overall transit boardings. Once its underground and elevated light rail lines begin opening within the next 5-7 years it will far surpass Denver. Just opening two new subway stations recently bumped up ridership to 60K.

Source: http://www.psrc.org/assets/14408/Tre...hip-201605.pdf
Well considering they opened their light rail system in that timeframe it kind of should. I think the fact that Vegas and Tampa are among the fastest growing and they don't have any rail systems is pretty impressive. Also San Diego hasn't had any rail expansions with the exception of the Sprinter in that timeframe is somewhat impressive too for its growth.
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