As more people get vaccinated and parts of the economy reopen, subway riders continue to return to the subway system. For the first time since the pandemic started, more than 2 million people rode the subway on April 8th.
The MTA said that 2,009,025 subway trips were recorded on Thursday. Bus ridership also hit a new high since September 2020—the first full month after buses returned to charging fares—with 1,155,405 rides on April 7th.
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Subway Ridership Exceeds 2 Million Straphangers In Single Day, A First Since Pandemic Began https://t.co/BXhe1azGSF
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