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TransLink’s recent system-wide boarding figures

TRANSLINK on Thursday released the following recent system-wide boarding figures:

Tuesday, March 17

  • -52% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Tuesday, March 17: 684,000

Monday, March 16

  • -38% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Monday, March 16: 843,000

Sunday, March 15

  • 29% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Sunday, March 15: 552,000

Saturday, March 14

  • -23% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Saturday, March 14: 726,000

Friday, March 13

  • 17% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Friday, March 13: 1,213,000

Thursday, March 12

  • -7% below the same day in 2019
  • Total boardings on Thursday, March 12: 1,312,000

Specifically for Tuesday, March 17:

  • Total Boardings were -52% below the same day in 2019
  • Total Bus Boardings were -48% below same day in 2019
  • Total Expo/Millennium Line Boardings were –54% below the same day in 2019
  • Total Canada Line Boardings were –59% below the same day in 2019
  • Total SeaBus Boardings were –69% below the same day in 2019
  • Total WCE Boardings were -70% below the same day in 2019

A Boarding represents each time a passenger enters a fare paid zone using Compass fare media or other proof of payment. Transfers are counted as additional boardings. Boardings are available as a system total and by transit mode. This does not represent an amount of people, given that most riders have more than one boarding per journey and more than one journey per day.

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