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Railvolution 2016 vs. APTA 2015
| 1
Type Pass Characteristic
APTA
2015
Railvolution
2016
Unique Card
Usage
Active Cards 1,...
No Revenue Loss to Operators*
| 2
Item Item
Cost/Price
# of Items Total
Railvolution
2016
Pass Revenue $25 1,500 $37,500
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APTA and Railvolution all-agency passes

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Bay Area Clipper hands out all-agency, all-you can eat transit passes, for transit conference, reports on result

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APTA and Railvolution all-agency passes

  1. 1. Railvolution 2016 vs. APTA 2015 | 1 Type Pass Characteristic APTA 2015 Railvolution 2016 Unique Card Usage Active Cards 1,150 1,023 Total Cards Given to Conferences 2,000 1,500 Utilization Rate 57% 68% Fare Revenue Impacts Total Fare Revenue Lost $13,507 $21,632 Usage on Multiple Operators % of Cards Used on 1 Operator 64% 41% % of Cards Used on 2 Operators 31% 44% % of Cards Used on 3+ Operators 5% 15% Usage on Operators with Highest Ridership % of Total Trips on BART 46% 55% % of Total Trips on Muni 47% 36% % of Total Trips on Other Operators 7% 9% Handout Agenda Item 5a
  2. 2. No Revenue Loss to Operators* | 2 Item Item Cost/Price # of Items Total Railvolution 2016 Pass Revenue $25 1,500 $37,500 Card Cost $3 1,500 - $4,500 Foregone Revenue - $21,632 Revenue Earned + $11,368 APTA 2015 5-Day Convention Pass $25 2,000 $50,000 Card Cost $3 2,000 - $6,000 Foregone Revenue - $13,507 Revenue Earned +$30,493*Expenses do not include costs for Cubic to settle and distribute funds.

Bay Area Clipper hands out all-agency, all-you can eat transit passes, for transit conference, reports on result

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