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Jacksonville's Busiest Transit Routes

Ever wonder what are the busiest transit routes by daily ridership in Jacksonville? Look no further because this list provides the answers you seek. However, you may be surprised at what route in town generates more daily ridership than the rest.

Published December 9, 2013 in Transit      8 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

2. CT1 FCSJ-Dunn-Main/Mandarin

The CT1 route is one of the longest in Jacksonville, connecting FSCJ's North Campus with Mandarin. Headways are roughly 20 minutes during the day and hourly after 6pm. Key destinations served include FSCJ North Campus, Springfield's Main Street and several strip shopping centers along San Jose Boulevard on its way to Mandarin's Marbon Park-n-Ride lot.

Total Monthly Passengers: 87,514

Average Daily Passengers: 3,407

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Scrub Palmetto

December 09, 2013, 07:42:34 PM
With some of the bus routes twice or greater the length of others, I wonder what routes would come out on top per vehicle mile.


December 11, 2013, 02:04:33 AM
Where are the ridership stats from? JTA's website?


December 11, 2013, 06:27:17 AM
The statistics come from a request to JTA to provide them.


December 11, 2013, 09:11:39 AM
Extend the Skyway......somewhere.


December 11, 2013, 10:12:30 AM
Is the ridership on the skyway so high cause it it free? ......or are the Urban outdoorsmen riding back and forth in the HVAC?


December 11, 2013, 02:22:22 PM
think the title should be the busiest Public transit routes, the fuller warren and blanding blvd kills all those


December 11, 2013, 02:27:44 PM
Overstreet not as many "urban outdoorsman" on the Skyway as you might think.


December 11, 2013, 11:20:19 PM
Well they've kill the NAS traffic by not offering the Navy boys or the many civilian contractors a mass transit option that goes anywhere but in a circle. What other city would have an employer with 10,000 employees, many living in mixed use on site developments and not offer a link into downtown? ½ of that workforce probably lives in Orange Park... Anybody home?

The stellar ridership on the urban potato chip truck 'trolley' is proof enough that faux anything is simply faux nothing. This rolling sludge muffin needs to be taken to the glue factory and shot.

Let's put a REAL small size electric bus on this most urban route, one with low floors and wide wheelchair/bike accessible entries and exits.

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