|January||48,354 (1,560/day)||50,444 (1,627/day)||14,906 (481/day)|
|February||45,000 (1,607/day)*||48,028 (1,656/day)#||10,850 (388/day)|
|March||50,000 (1,613/day)*||27,447 (885/day)||13,492 (435/day)|
|April||55,657 (1,855/day)||7,285 (243/day)|
|May||62,937 (2,030/day)||9,762 (315/day)|
|June||71,367 (2,379/day)||14,947 (498/day)|
|July||103,625 (3,343/day)||17,110 (552/day)|
|August||80,113 (2,584 per day)||19,310 (623/day)|
|September||66,986 (2,233 per day)||18,796 (627/day)|
|October||62,010 (2,000/day)||18,479 (596/day)|
|November||80,361 (2,459/day^)||52,998 (1,767/day)||14,339 (478/day)|
|December||76,131 (2,456/day)||61,274 (1,977/day)||15,356 (495/day)|
# Monthly ridership for February, 2020 is prorated based on data from Feb. 1-14 due to a wayside server malfunction.
* Ridership data for February and March, 2019, is estimated due to a malfunction of the APC system.
^ Daily ridership for November, 2018 does not include the 16,413 passengers during the grand opening weekend.
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.