Large urban transit, October 2014
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In October, total operating revenue (excluding subsidies) for 10 of Canada's largest urban transit systems rose 2.8% compared with the same month in 2013 to $288.7 million.
Over the same period, ridership levels increased 1.0% to 148.0 million passenger trips.
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This survey collects gross revenue (excluding subsidies) and passenger trip data from 10 urban transit companies across Canada. These companies represent approximately 80% of urban transit activity revenue across Canada.
Data aggregations are available for Canada.
The aggregations in this release are not seasonally adjusted.
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