|January||48,354 (1,560/day)||50,444 (1,627/day)||15,057 (486/day)||17,055 (550/day)||32,481 (1,048/day)|
|February||45,000 (1,607/day)*||48,028 (1,656/day)#||13,344 (477/day)||18,454 (659/day)||31,188 (1,114/day)|
|March||50,000 (1,613/day)*||27,447 (885/day)||18,321 (591/day)||25,843 (834/day)||36,307 (1,171/day)|
|April||55,657 (1,855/day)||7,285 (243/day)||17,070 (610/day)+||23,972 (799/day)||37,738 (1,258/day)|
|May||62,937 (2,030/day)||9,762 (315/day)||20,806 (671/day)||25,537 (824/day)||41,627 (1,343/day)|
|June||71,367 (2,379/day)||14,947 (498/day)||24,691 (823/day)‡||30,910 (1,030/day)||50,293 (1,676/day)|
|July||103,625 (3,343/day)||17,110 (552/day)||28,576 (922/day)||48,433 (1,562/day)||65,749 (2,121/day)|
|August||80,113 (2,584 per day)||19,310 (623/day)||33,145 (1,069/day)||40,319 (1,301/day)|
|September||66,986 (2,233 per day)||18,796 (627/day)||37,606 (1,254/day)||38,607 (1,287/day)|
|October||62,010 (2,000/day)||18,479 (596/day)||33,313 (1,075/day)||36,590 (1,180/day)|
|November||80,361 (2,459/day^)||52,998 (1,767/day)||14,339 (478/day)||30,408 (1,014/day)||33,039 (1,101/day)|
|December||76,131 (2,456/day)||61,274 (1,977/day)||15,356 (495/day)||28,833 (930/day)||33,348 (1,076/day)|
The Hop streetcars are equipped with Automatic Passenger Counter (APC) equipment to record actual boarding data. Each door on the vehicle is equipped with three sensors that emit a beam of infrared light. Each time the beam is broken the APC system records it as a passenger. The three sensors are spaced so that the order in which the beams are broken determines if a passenger is boarding or exiting - only the boarding totals are included in the final ridership counts. APC systems are becoming standard equipment in the transit industry.
^ Daily ridership for November, 2018 does not include the 16,413 passengers during the grand opening weekend.
* Ridership data for February and March, 2019, is estimated due to a malfunction of the APC system.
# Monthly ridership for February, 2020 is prorated based on data from Feb. 1-14 due to a wayside server malfunction.
+ Service was suspended April 12-13, 2021 to accommodate a water main repair. The daily ridership figure reflects 28 days of service during the month.
† Due to a transmitter issue, Vehicle 1 was not communicating with the wayside server from late December 2020 through April 2021. As a result, previous 2021 ridership reports did not reflect ridership on Vehicle 1. The transmitter has since been repaired and ridership figures have been updated to include the data from Vehicle 1.
‡ Ridership in June 2021 is estimated due to a ransomware attack that affected the server that receives APC data. Actions have been taken to provide server backup mechanisms to avoid future data loss.
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