Re: Sydney tram patronage
  TP

96 is definitely a single route. What you're saying is that the passenger
flows are from the outer ends to the city in (roughly) the centre of the
line. In theory, L3 is a line where the passenger flow is from the outer
end at one end to the city at the other. However, the patronage isn't
distributed like that. Over 2/3 of the patronage on L2 and L3 is within the
CBD, between Central (Chalmers Street) and Circular Quay.

Tony P

On Wednesday 10 July 2024 at 23:30:31 UTC+10 Brian Blunt wrote:

> The 96 is in effect two routes together. I wonder if there is a breakdown

> between the two halves to compare with L3?

> I presume that people who travel between Moore Park and CQ get divided

> equally between the two routes?

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> Brian

>Bblun...@...

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> On 10 Jul 2024, at 22:27, TP histor...@...> wrote:

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> Figures are out for the 2023-24 financial year for Sydney's trams.

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> Total patronage was 40,596,335, I believe already about one quarter of

> Melbourne's tram patronage.

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> Of this total, L1 Inner West was 7,761,754, still well below the pre

> covid, pre CAF-disaster figure of over 10 million. As time goes on, this

> lack of recovery becomes a bit concerning. Why?

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> L2 Randwick was 15,599,305.

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> L3 to Kingsford was 17,235,276, which must be reaching a position where it

> will knock off Melbourne's 96 as Australia's busiest tram route.

>

> Wait till we get to add Parramatta to the total!

>

> Tony P

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