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AirportCodePassengers
Passengers Millions
SourceAirport ConnectorRidershipSourceCoderatio - scaled to YULratio - raw
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Toronto PearsonYYZ4103684741.036847Union Pearson Express5000
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/transportation/2016/03/17/union-pearson-express-ridership-spikes-after-fare-reduction.html
YYZ1890.664505121.8417195
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Atlanta (2013)ATL95,462,86795.462867
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hartsfield%E2%80%93Jackson_Atlanta_International_Airport&oldid=617261995
MARTA Red & Gold Line
9173wikiATL1491.06086596.08971832
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Chicago O'HareORD76,949,33676.949336CTA Blue Line ('L')10,705
http://www.transitchicago.com/assets/1/ridership_reports/2015-12.pdf
ORD2158.739541139.1175097
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Chicago MidwayMDW22,221,49922.221499CTA Orange Line ('L')8,407
http://www.transitchicago.com/assets/1/ridership_reports/2015-12.pdf
MDW5870.649432378.3273127
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Dalls/Fort WorthDFW64,174,16364.174163DART Orange Line922
https://www.dart.org/about/dartreferencebookmar16.pdf
DFW222.940596914.36715271
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OaklandOAK11,205,06311.205063
BART Coliseum–Oakland Airport
3280
(Oct 2015: http://www.bart.gov/about/reports/ridership)
OAK4542.322784292.7248156
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San FranciscoSFO50,067,09450.067094BART14596
(Oct 2015: http://www.bart.gov/about/reports/ridership)
SFO4523.763805291.5288033
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PortlandPDX16,850,95216.850952MAX Red Line3200
https://trimet.org/pdfs/history/railfactsheetairport.pdf
PDX2946.754723189.9002501
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Seattle (2010)SEA31,553,16631.553166
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Seattle%E2%80%93Tacoma_International_Airport&oldid=446778490
Central Link6308
http://seattletransitblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Central-Link-Station-Activity-Spring-2010.pdf
SEA3102.181431199.9165472
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Lambert–St. Louis (2007)
STL15,200,00015.2
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lambert%E2%80%93St._Louis_International_Airport&oldid=236889716
MetroLink Red Line5073
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambert_Airport_Terminal_1_(St._Louis_MetroLink)
STL5178.926243333.75
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Vancouver (2011)YVR17,032,74217.032742
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Vancouver_International_Airport&oldid=513962792
Canada Line13460
http://www.translink.ca/~/media/Documents/customer_info/translink_listens/customer_surveys/transportation_improvements_research/2011%20SkyTrain%20Station%20Counts.ashx
YVR12262.49782790.2426984
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Washington DC ReaganDCA21,195,77521.195775
WMATA Blue/Yellow Line
7,284
https://www.wmata.com/pdfs/planning/2015_historical_rail_ridership.pdf
DCA5332.600978343.6533932
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Boston Logan (2013)BOS30,218,63130.218631
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Logan_International_Airport&oldid=615333667
MBTA Blue Line7,429wikiBOS3814.819767245.8417127
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New York (2014)JFK53,254,36253.254362
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_F._Kennedy_International_Airport&oldid=682780769
AirTrain JFK17,772wikiJFK5178.447409333.7191421
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Newark (2007)EWR36,300,00036.3
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Newark_Liberty_International_Airport&oldid=222718029
AirTrain Newark4,930
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newark_Liberty_International_Airport
EWR2107.457115135.8126722
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Phoenix (2013)PHX40,318,45140.318451
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phoenix_Sky_Harbor_International_Airport&oldid=642664022
Valley Metro Rail2717
http://www.valleymetro.org/images/uploads/station_ridership_030614.pdf
PHX1045.69312267.38850161
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MontrealYUL15,517,38215.51738210000YUL10000644.4386044
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ClevelandCLE8,100,0738.100073GCRTA Red Line?CLE
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Minneapolis–Saint Paul International
MSP36,882,85436.882854METRO Blue Line?MSP
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Salt Lake CitySLC22,667,87822.667878TRAX Green Line?SLC
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