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Mass Transit Ridership At Highest Level In Decades

Mar 11, 2013 (Morning Edition) — There were some 10.5 billion trips taken across the nation on mass transit last year, the second-highest number since 1957, according to the American Public Transportation Association, which keeps track of how many people ride buses, trains, subways and ferries.

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