Whos Ditching the Bus?

@article{Berrebi2020WhosDT,
  title={Whos Ditching the Bus?},
  author={Simon J. Berrebi and K. Watkins},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.02200}
}
This paper uses stop-level passenger count data in four cities to understand the nation-wide bus ridership decline between 2012 and 2018. The local characteristics associated with ridership change are evaluated in Portland, Miami, Minneapolis/St-Paul, and Atlanta. Poisson models explain ridership as a cross-section and the change thereof as a panel. While controlling for the change in frequency, jobs, and population, the correlation with local socio-demographic characteristics are investigated… Expand
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