Total Annual Passenger Counts for Private Shuttles and Transit Agencies
Bay Area | FY 2014-2015
Transit operator reports & MTC Statistical Summary of Bay Area Transit Operators (via the Bay Area Council and Metropolitan Transportation Commission 2016 Bay Area Shuttle Census)
Data are from the Bay Area Council and Metropolitan Transportation Commission 2016 Bay Area Shuttle Census and includes the number of private shuttles traveling between Bay Area and adjacent counties each day. Data were collected by the Bay Area Council in 2016 (for the period from 2012 to 2014) via a web portal where shuttle sponsors and operators self-submitted their information. Data entry was voluntary and anonymized, so only a partial sampling of the 35 participating sponsors and operators was included. Shuttle sponsors included Bay Area companies and academic institutions; shuttle operators included companies that operate shuttle services for numerous individual sponsoring organizations. The Shuttle Census focused on commuter and “last mile” services only and did not include airport or charter transportation services. Daily Shuttles on the Road assumes that shuttles operating between San Francisco and Santa Clara County must travel through San Mateo County; likewise, shuttles operating between Marin and San Mateo County are assumed to pass through San Francisco. Shuttles operating between Marin and Santa Clara County were not assumed to travel through San Francisco or San Mateo County, although it is possible that they do.
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Resources for Relevant Data and Reports (show)
- Altamont Corridor Express (ACE)
- California Department of Transportation
- California Energy Almanac
- California Energy Commission
- Santa Clara County Department of Public Health City & Neighborhood Profiles
- Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
- U.S. Census Bureau
- VTA Bike Paths and Routes in Santa Clara County