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Summary all lines/sections FY 12/13 to 19/20 – gain (loss) trips percent

Started by ozbob, September 29, 2020, 15:37:40 PM

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Spreadsheet > https://backontrack.org/docs/patronage/2019_20/tl/summary12_13to19_20.ods

FY 18/19 was the first year since we started this patronage series that all lines have had a gain in patronage.

Note: FY 19/20 overall patronage in all contract areas has dropped due to the impacts of COVID-19 on passenger transport in the last quarter of 2019/20.


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timh

It seemed to be a common theme across many of the bus lines as well that patronage was overall dropping, but with a slight increase from 2017 onwards (much like the rail data above). What was it in these later years that caused a turnaround? I'm assuming something to do with go card fares? I don't actually know when fares have been restructured, etc.

ozbob

The ' fairer fares ' package was introduced December 2016. This did increase patronage with the effects seen in 17/18 18/19 particularly.
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Andrew

Quote from: ozbob on September 30, 2020, 14:31:10 PM
The ' fairer fares ' package was introduced December 2016. This did increase patronage with the effects seen in 17/18 18/19 particularly.
The drop on the Shorncliffe line can be attributed to people using the new Kippa-Ring line in 17/18.

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