List of United States local bus agencies by ridership
The following is a list of the largest 30 local bus agencies in the United States, ranked by ridership. All figures are average weekday unlinked passenger trips and come from the American Public Transportation Association's Transit Ridership Report for the second quarter of 2012, unless otherwise noted.
|Rank||Agency||Largest city served||Daily
|1||MTA||New York City||2,629,800|
|8||King County Metro||Seattle||390,700*|
|19||RTC Transit||Las Vegas||167,800 (Q4 2009)|
|28||LADOT||Los Angeles||106,900 (Q4 2009)|
- *Includes trolleybus service.
- Average weekday ridership values for New Jersey Transit and RTA (Cleveland) were not included in this report. Based on other provided information, both agencies would likely rank on this list.
- AC Transit (Oakland) was not included in this report. It carried 236,000 average weekday riders during Fiscal Year 2008-2009, which would likely place it tenth in this ranking.
See also 
- List of bus transit systems in the United States
- List of rapid transit systems
- List of light-rail transit systems
- List of United States light rail systems by ridership
- List of United States rapid transit systems by ridership
- List of suburban and commuter rail systems
- List of United States commuter rail systems by ridership
- "Transit Ridership Report, Second Quarter 2012". American Public Transportation Association. 18 May 2012. Retrieved 26 Jun 2012.
- "Transit Ridership Report, Fourth Quarter 2009". American Public Transportation Association. 2 Mar 2010. Retrieved 21 Sep 2010.
- "AC Transit: Facts and Figures". AC Transit. Retrieved 27 Dec 2010.