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FACT 2014

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28 < m ETRO m AGAZINE FACT BOOK 2015 metro-magazine.com industry data U.S. Average New Vehicle Costs for 2013/2014 by Type Total Public Transportation Ridership 2009-2013 Mode Average Cost Vehicle Source: APTA Overall ridership increased more than 3.5%, or 398,681 riders, from 2009 to 2013. The average overall ridership for the fve-year period totals 10,403,674 rides. As part of APTA's Public Transportation Vehicle Database, the average cost of a new vehicle by mode. The database is an annual report of revenue vehicles by feet characteristics, including date of manufacture, manufacturer, model, length, and equipment for approximately 150 U.S. transit agencies and 10 Canadian transit agencies. Source: APTA 10,000,000 10,200,000 10,400,000 10,600,000 10,800,000 2013 10,656,570 2012 10,537,156 2011 10,394,405 2010 10,172,352 2009 10,257,889 $25,000 $873,000 $1,721,000 $2,569,000 $3,417,000 $4,265,000 $26,462 $1,489,143 $3,300,000 $1,815,220 $83,698 $4,262,620 $2,586,495 $503,420 $545,876 Bus Commuter Bus Commuter Rail Vanpool Trolleybus Light Rail Heavy Rail Demand Response Commuter Rail Locomotive

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