With 2.11 billion passenger trips in 2017, Canadian transit systems bucked the North American trend of declining ridership and reported their first increase in national ridership since growth levelled off in 2014, the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) announced in November 2018. This resulted in a 1.5% increase in Canadian transit trips over the previous year, translating to 30 million additional passenger trips. Montréal’s Lionel-Groulx interchange station In comparison, the ...
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