Bus ridership drops amid lost jobs, lower gas prices

From Strib: Bus ridership drops amid lost jobs, lower gas prices

After hitting nearly 95 million in 2008, including a 27-year high for Metro Transit, the region's main bus system, ridership throughout the various regional transit systems is expected to sink below 90 million when the final numbers are in, according to figures released as part of Metropolitan Council Chairman Peter Bell's "State of the Region" address last week.
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