|MTA subway riders (000)||1,107.9||1,412.5|
|Estimated PATH riders from PATH survey (000) (c,d)||57.1||60.0|
|Main mode subway (000)||1,283.5|
|Access/egress 1: subway-main mode subway (000)||83.9|
|Access/egress 2-5: subway-main mode subway (000) (a)||6.6|
|Access/egress: main mode not subway (000)||35.3|
|Total survey: subway||1,409.4|
|No subway segments: main mode subway (000)||352.2|
|Subway segments: main mode subway (000)||646.3|
|Consecutive subway segments: main mode subway (000) (b)||136.2|
|Total survey: subway||1,134.7||24.2%|
(a) Consecutive access/egress by subway suggest PATH in 2001.
(b) Consecutive segments include subway transfer and PATH.
(c) In 2001, PATH + subway could be 60,000-80,000 trips per weekday, annualized to approximately 60,000 per day.
(d) Census 1990-2000 county work flow indicates 9.8% growth in New Jersey workers in New York; assume 1995-2000 = 5% then 1995 PATH riders = 57,100.
Sources: New York State Department of Transportation, NPTS/NHTS tabulations.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) ridership statistics.
Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH), Monthly passenger traffic by station, various years, obtained by special request of New York State Department of Transportation, Passenger Transportation Division.