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MTA Annual RidershipAlan K. Lin

IntroductionIn our daily life, what kind of transportation do you usually take?BusesCarsBicycleSubway(5) AllThe answer is (5).

IntroductionIn New York City, most people take Subway to work.In this presentation, we will focus on:(1) Annual Ridership (2009-2014)(2) Top and Lower Ridership in NYC Subway System(3) Year-to-Year Comparison.

Introduction

LimitationThere are limitation in this project, I dont have ridership for every trains. In 2010, it is a financial crisis year of MTA. Based on that, many buses and subway lines were eliminated.

2009 Annual Ridership

2009 Annual Ridership

2009 Annual Ridership

2010 Annual Ridership

2010 Annual Ridership

2010 Annual Ridership

2011 Annual Ridership

2011 Annual Ridership

2011 Annual Ridership

2012 Annual Ridership

2012 Annual Ridership

2012 Annual Ridership

2013 Annual Ridership

2013 Annual Ridership

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2014 Annual Ridership

2014 Annual Ridership

2014 Annual Ridership

Annual Ridership (Year-to-Year Comparison)

Percentage Change of Annual Ridership

Percentage Change of Annual RidershipThe graphic shows that 2012-2013 has the highest percentage change (3.20%), while 2011-2012 is the lowest percentage change (0.85%).

Station Comparison (Year-to-Year) (2009-2010)In 2009-2010 Percentage Change by Station, Cortlandt Street (Broadway Line) has the highest percentage (801.30%), while Whitlock Ave has the lowest percentage change (-65.96%).*Note: Cortlandt Street @ Broadway-7th Ave Line is closed, because it was destroyed by 911.If we ignore the outlier, then Elder Ave is the highest (39.64%).

Station Comparison (Year-to-Year) (2010-2011)In 2010-2011, the highest percentage change are Whitlock Ave& Morrison Ave-Soundview(344.60%, 314.52%).If we eliminate these two outliers, then Aqueduct-North Conduit Avehas 99.44% changed (100%), while Elder Aveis -74.81% change.

Station Comparison (Year-to-Year) (2011-2012)In 2010-2011, the highest percentage changes are Elder Ave & Saint Lawrence Ave (168.43%, 161.49%), while Smith-9th Street & Aqueduct Racetrack is 100% decreasing due to its renovation.If we ignore Elder Ave & Saint Lawrence Ave, then Aqueduct-North Conduit Ave is 87.51% increasing.

Station Comparison (Year-to-Year) (2012-2013)In 2012-2013, Dyckman Street has the highest percentage change (70.02%), while Broad Channel is the lowest percentage change (-51.49%).

Station Comparison (Year-to-Year) (2013-2014)In 2013-2014, Aqueduct Racetrack& Broad Channel have the highest percentage change (195.24%, 101.87%); while Aqueduct-North Conduit Ave is the lowest (-48.81%).If we ignore these two outliers, then Beach 98 & 44 Street are the same highest percentage change (99.01%).

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2009)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 58099313ManhattanGrand Central-42 St42002971Manhattan34 St-Herald Square36945680Manhattan14 St-Union Sq34245245Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)27196195Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)24182097Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle20418815ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St18924005Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)18891890ManhattanFulton St18845513ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St18618358QueensFlushing-Main St18287069

TOP & Low ridership stations (Low 2009)QueensBeach 90 St344465Queens21 St(Crosstown Line) 333612QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St267902QueensBeach 36 St263693QueensBeach 98 St259501QueensAqueduct-North Conduit Av249341BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St239458QueensBeach 44 St176647ManhattanCortlandt St(Broadway Line)125457QueensBroad Channel93087QueensBeach 105 St58588QueensAqueduct Racetrack27004

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2010)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 58422597ManhattanGrand Central-42 St41903210Manhattan34 St-Herald Square37769752Manhattan14 St-Union Sq34730692Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)26892243Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)24265016Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle20711058ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St19553597Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)19147021QueensFlushing-Main St18630490ManhattanFulton St18303963ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St18025148

TOP & Low ridership stations (Low 2010)QueensBeach 90 St338595QueensBeach 36 St326592Queens21 St(Crosstown Line) 319984QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St268625BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St256277QueensAqueduct-North Conduit Av238119QueensBeach 98 St215474BronxWhitlock Av163461QueensBeach 44 St143788QueensBroad Channel92523QueensBeach 105 St65802QueensAqueduct Racetrack29644

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2011)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 60,604,822ManhattanGrand Central-42 St42,795,505Manhattan34 St-Herald Square37,731,386Manhattan14 St-Union Sq34,927,178Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)26,758,623Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)24,751,771Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle21,300,892ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St20,377,141Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)19,425,347QueensFlushing-Main St18,967,751ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St18,948,032ManhattanFulton St17,971,983

TOP & Low ridership stations (Lower 2011)BrooklynAtlantic Av427,914BrooklynBushwick Av-Aberdeen St405,385QueensBeach 90 St387,012Queens21 St(Crosstown Line) 364,597QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St286,902BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St280840QueensBeach 44 St225,250QueensBeach 98 St198,503QueensBeach 36 St192,676QueensBroad Channel88,837QueensBeach 105 St80,580QueensAqueduct Racetrack54,183

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2012)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 62,069,437ManhattanGrand Central-42 St42,984,249Manhattan34 St-Herald Square37,154,138Manhattan14 St-Union Sq34,639,575Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)27,010,176Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)24,851,746Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle21,599,586ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St20,628,942Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)19,686,985ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St19,280,036QueensFlushing-Main St19,034,789ManhattanFulton St17,868,334

TOP & Low ridership stations (Low 2012)BrooklynAtlantic Av444,960QueensBeach 25 St437,602BrooklynBushwick Av-Aberdeen St427,032BrooklynCypress Hills411,495QueensBeach 90 St305,397BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St285464QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St251,080QueensBeach 36 St217,880QueensBeach 98 St193,332QueensBeach 44 St161,946QueensBeach 105 St82,088QueensBroad Channel75,969

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2013)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 63,617,614ManhattanGrand Central-42 St44,893,301Manhattan34 St-Herald Square38,213,448Manhattan14 St-Union Sq35,309,414Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)27,730,331Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)25,726,374Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle22,774,421ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St21,282,767Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)20,528,208ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St20,262,110QueensFlushing-Main St19,102,434ManhattanFulton St18,721,694

TOP & Low ridership stations (Low 2013)QueensBeach 60 St406,698QueensBeach 67 St-Arverne By The Sea357,807BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St273895QueensBeach 25 St267,585QueensAqueduct Racetrack213,601QueensBeach 90 St194,416QueensBeach 36 St143,400QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St135,956QueensBeach 98 St100,594QueensBeach 44 St91,331QueensBeach 105 St48,916QueensBroad Channel36,849

TOP & Low ridership stations (Top 2014)ManhattanTimes Sq-Port Authority Bus Terminal 65,948,730ManhattanGrand Central-42 St46,074,652Manhattan34 St-Herald Square39,285,568Manhattan14 St-Union Sq35,677,468Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(7th Ave)28,638,643Manhattan34 St-Penn Station(8th Ave)26,493,571Manhattan59 St-Columbus Circle23,566,961ManhattanLexington Ave/59 St21,557,198Manhattan86 St(Lexington Ave Line)20,735,032ManhattanLexington Av-51/53 St20,513,370ManhattanFulton St20,102,397QueensFlushing-Main St19,085,948

TOP & Low ridership stations (Low 2014)BrooklynCypress Hills450,480Queens21 St(Crosstown Line) 427,353Queens104 St(Fulton Street Line)388,144QueensAqueduct-North Conduit Av357,399QueensBeach 90 St306,284BronxEast 143 St-St Mary's St279012QueensBeach 36 St272,799QueensRockaway Park-Beach 116 St231,407QueensBeach 98 St200,197QueensBeach 44 St181,758QueensBeach 105 St82,980QueensBroad Channel74,386

ConclusionSince we look up the 2009-2014 annual ridership, you will see how stations impact our daily life.With #7 Train extension opened at September 13, 2015, and 2nd Ave will open in December 30, 2016. We will find out those stations ridership in the future.Good news is W might revive when Q train runs via 2nd Ave Line.

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