Two months of A Line ridership declines — must be the winter doldrums.
In November, RTD’s train to the plane had roughly 36,000 fewer boardings than October. That’s puts the monthly numbers just above the train’s worst-ever full month of ridership back in August.
- Previously: A Line ridership fell again in October
In the grand scheme of things, the A line is still less than a year old and monthly shifts are to be expected. And as a matter of fact, the dip in November ridership is only 4.29 percent below the A Line’s six month average.
Here’s what it all looks like: