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Old Posted Dec 16, 2008, 6:53 AM
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Originally Posted by SpongeG View Post
^^^ yah but there would be two liners serving the area instead of one

thats much better
What about the capacity? Does the 2 lines add up to give 25000 capacity per hour that skytrain can provide?

On a side note, I've found the top bus routes for 2007 from the phase B RTM document:
Code:
#	Route	Boardings
==	=====	=========
1	 99	44,000
2	 20	30,500
3	  9	28,500
4	 98	27,500
5	 41	27,000
6	  3	22,000
7	 22	21,500
8	  8	21,500
9	 17	20,500
10	 16	19,000
11	 25	18,500
12	135	16,500
13	106	15,500
14	 49	15,200
15	 10	13,800
16	 19	13,800
17	  7	12,300
18	410	11,000
19	  5	10,500
20	130	10,400
21	 97	10,200
22	145	10,200
23	 15	 9,800
Top performing north shore bus come in 24th with 9600, I assume that's 239
Top performing Surrey bus come in 26th with 9000, I assume that's 321
Top Langley bus come in 31st with 6500 passengers a day, would that be the 501 or 502?
Top Maple Ridge bus come in 34th with 6000, it has to be the 701
Top South Delta bus got 3500 passengers a day, and that would be the 601

In total, there are 17 routes that have 5000 to 10000 riders a day.
6 for Vancouver, 4 for Bby/NW/Coq, 2 for north shore, 3 for Surrey, and 1 each for Langley and Maple Ridge

Note, the Broadway corrider already have 72,000+ passengers a day.
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