Typical capacities of urban mass transportation modes

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Typical capacities of urban mass transportation modes
persons per vehicle "trains" per hour passengers per hour
vehicle type guideway type seated crowded "train" length low high average speed low high
auto streets 1.2 3 1 450 900 20 540 2,700
auto freeways 1.2 3 1 900 1,800 30 1,080 5,400
bus streets 50 80 1 1 60 8 50 4,800
bus separate 50 80 1 1 30 20 50 2,400
light rail streets 80 100 3 6 30 10 1,440 9,000
light rail separate 90 120 4 4 30 25 1,440 14,400
heavy rail separate 100 120 8 4 40 30 3,200 38,400
commuter rail separate 100 150 10 1 12 35 1,000 18,000
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