Originally Posted by J. Will
... transit commute mode share in Denver (both city and metro) is VERY low. 6.2% and 4.2% in 2010 for the city and metro respectively.
That's fairly middle of the pack I'd say. Not very low, unless of course you're comparing it to New York or Canadian cities. Many American cities have expanding transit and bus networks, significantly increasing their system ridership, only to see their transit commute mode percentage still drop or stay the same. It's because suburban sprawl is still outpacing transit ridership growth.