Special Report

Small Cities With the Best Public Transportation

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25. Bremerton, WA
> Commuters using public transit: 7.7%
> Ridership, all systems: 9.5 passengers per hour
> Avg. age of fleet: 9.1 years
> Modes of transit: Bus, demand response, ferryboat, vanpool

24. Iowa City, IA
> Commuters using public transit: 7.8%
> Ridership, all systems: 25.2 passengers per hour
> Avg. age of fleet: 8.2 years
> Modes of transit: Bus, demand response

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23. Ithaca, NY
> Commuters using public transit: 12.5%
> Ridership, all systems: 12.6 passengers per hour
> Avg. age of fleet: 5.1 years
> Modes of transit: Bus, demand response

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22. Santa Cruz, CA
> Commuters using public transit: 5.4%
> Ridership, all systems: 16.9 passengers per hour
> Avg. age of fleet: 7.9 years
> Modes of transit: Bus, commuter bus, demand response

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21. Tacoma, WA
> Commuters using public transit: 6.5%
> Ridership, all systems: 10.2 passengers per hour
> Avg. age of fleet: 4.4 years
> Modes of transit: Bus, demand response, ferryboat, vanpool

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