How do JTA's Ridership Numbers Compare?

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Find out where Jacksonville's mass transit ridership ranks among America's largest urban areas.





RANK - NAME  - TRANSIT UNLINKED PASSENGER TRIPS PER CAPITA

1 New York-Newark, NY-NJ-CT 199.8

2 San Francisco-Oakland, CA 130.1

3 Washington, DC-VA-MD  117.2

4 Honolulu, HI   99.8

5 Boston, MA-NH-RI  95.9

6 Chicago, IL-IN   73.5

7 Portland, OR-WA   67.9

8 Philadelphia, PA-NJ-DE-MD 66.4

9 Seattle, WA   62.2

10 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA 59.4

11 Baltimore, MD   52.3

12 Las Vegas, NV   51.5

13 Denver-Aurora, CO  43.6

14 Salt Lake City, UT  43.5

15 Atlanta, GA   42.4

16 Pittsburgh, PA   40.9

17 Cleveland, OH   39.3

18 Austin, TX   39.2

19 Milwaukee, WI   38.7

20 Madison, WI   37.3

21 San Diego, CA   35.9

22 Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 35.7

23 Miami, FL   33.1

24 San Antonio, TX   32.1

25 San Juan, PR   32.1

26 Reno, NV   29.5

27 Charlotte, NC-SC  27.9

28 Spokane, WA-ID   27.1

29 Houston, TX   26.8

30 San Jose, CA   26.6

31 Syracuse, NY   26.1

32 St. Louis, MO-IL  25.2

33 Sacramento, CA   24.9

34 Tucson, AZ   24.7

35 Buffalo, NY   24.3

36 Albany, NY   23.0

37 Phoenix-Mesa, AZ  22.1

38 Orlando, FL   21.9

39 Fresno, CA   21.5

40 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX 20.7

41 Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN  19.5

42 Hartford, CT   19.2

43 El Paso, TX-NM   18.4

44 Dayton, OH   18.3

45 Rochester, NY   18.2

46 Providence, RI-MA  18.0

47 Richmond, VA   17.5

48 Louisville, KY-IN  17.4

49 Springfield, MA-CT  17.3

50 Virginia Beach, VA  17.2

51 Bakersfield, CA   16.6

52 New Haven, CT   16.5

53 Riverside-San Bernardino, CA 15.1

54 Stockton, CA   14.9

55 Albuquerque, NM   14.6

56 Flint, MI   14.6

57 Grand Rapids, MI  13.8

58 Columbus, OH   13.2

59 Jacksonville, FL  13.2

60 Detroit, MI   13.1

61 Toledo, OH-MI   12.4

62 Oxnard, CA   12.4

63 Akron, OH   12.3

64 Des Moines, IA   12.2

65 Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL 12.1

66 Memphis, TN-MS-AR  12.1

67 Modesto, CA   12.0

68 Scranton, PA   11.8

69 Concord, CA   11.6

70 Bridgeport-Stamford, CT-NY 11.4

71 Kansas City, MO-KS  11.2

72 Raleigh, NC   10.9

73 New Orleans, LA   10.6

74 Nashville-Davidson, TN  10.5

75 Allentown-Bethlehem, PA-NJ 9.7

76 Baton Rouge, LA   9.6

77 Cape Coral, FL   9.3

78 Chattanooga, TN-GA  9.0

79 Indianapolis, IN  8.2

80 Knoxville, TN   8.2

81 Worcester, MA-CT  8.0

82 Colorado Springs, CO  7.5

83 Lancaster, PA   7.3

84 Sarasota-Bradenton, FL  6.9

85 Harrisburg, PA   6.8

86 Little Rock, AR   6.7

87 Charleston-North Charleston, SC 6.5

88 Omaha, NE-IA   6.3

89 Columbia, SC   6.1

90 Birmingham, AL   5.5

91 Poughkeepsie-Newburgh, NY 5.5

92 Wichita, KS   5.5

93 Tulsa, OK   4.8

94 Youngstown, OH-PA  4.2

95 Oklahoma City, OK  3.9

96 Pensacola, FL-AL  3.8

97 Palm Bay-Melbourne, FL  3.8

98 Mobile, AL   3.0

99 Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC 2.8

100 McAllen, TX   0.11

Source: The National Transit Database