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29 FLEX Route 421 C LI FF RD . Burnsville Transit Station . E AV TR. E Lynn Court AV OLLET RS 13 LE RN Housing 35W P RA VE BU T NI C 13 P PRINCETON SH AVE. . E WA 124th ST. Cub Foods HWY AVE. 125th ST. 13 F Burnsville North NORTH RON EA TAG PILLSBURY GLENHURST E RD GLE HW CH PLEASANT Y1 AVE. JOPPA 3 OW M.W. Savage 126th QUENTIN AVE. EN Elem. Sch. FRO ST. NTA SAVAGE GE R LAND AV D RIDGE E. LYNN AVE. RT MS DR. H OD LIA PO L WIL O IL W DR. HARRIET McCOLL DR. 130th AVE. IR Savage Library NICOLLET VI CIV NTER IC CE 16 NG BROOKVIEW AVE. . DR. RD BURN . DR. GIRARD AVE City Hall MANOR SLATER PKWY. GLENDALE LA. Nicollet JHS 5 AVE. 134th ST. HIGHLAND DR. 133rd UPTON AVE. AVE. LACOTA LA. JUD ALDRICH OD DAKOTA AVE. S. Point Of Interest ICIA 135th O ST. T. INGLEW 31 L S RD W. 136th ST. 136 th ST. Time Point 135th . W Y. Regular Route AVE. PK 35W AVE. 137 th E Flag Stop Hidden Valley VILL STEVEN RD. 138th ST. Elem. School BUR NS Deviation Area 38 THOMAS DR. W. HIDDEN VALLEY RD. Park & Ride . AVE. UTICA P VERNON Eagle Ridge ST. VD 27 BURNHAVEN DR. th ALDRICH AVE. JHS 140 140th ST. BL W. 139th ST AVE. 140th ST. W. Sunset 140th ST. The colored area on the map shows where NICOLLET S NATCHEZ Pond RE W AND FAIRVIEW P Mc H . AVE. AVE FLEX Route 421 service is available. FLEX AVE. AVE. DR. EGAN DR. Savage Park & Ride PORTLAND 42 42 vehicles will stop at all of the flag stops and time O NNELL RD DAKOTA AVE. SOUTHCROSS HUNTINGTON AVE. IRVING N ROSEMOUNT JUDICIA E NTI Harriet Bishop PKWY. points. If you cannot get to one of the stops, or Burnsville Center OTTAWA Elem. Sch. L ST. AVE. R U D 143rd Q is not close to a 42 RD. your destination FLEX stop, call O'C Earley A BURNSVILLE DR. PP SOUTH (952) 882-6000 Lake to make a reservation. Please HILL PA JO . DR RK DR. 27 SS AVE. NOTE: Buses serve plan to arrive at your stop or be ready for your SOUTH C RO BURNHAVEN DR. RIV ER C office only at Camelot DUFFER RO SOUT HCR Acres and Rambush IN scheduled pickup 5-10 minutes ahead of OS S Estates SING K DR . DR . BUC ER DU FF I N Camelot schedule 5 as the bus cannot wait if you are not DR. Rambush AND Acres Estates ready. 150th TL ST. POR VD BL KE Figure 5-18. Route 421 map. Analysis of Passengers per The correlation between passengers per revenue-hour and Revenue-Hour versus Transit Use income shows clearly that as the level of income declines, Factors the number of passengers per revenue-hour rises. This noticeable inverse relationship confirms standard transit An analysis was used to assess performance of services in a use theory, which says that lower income, particularly in single region. The community of Margate in Broward County, areas of higher population density, increases transit use. Florida, demonstrates how a network of suburban services can The elderly and student-age segments are both positively be developed and what performance can be expected as a correlated to passengers per revenue-hour. This finding result of an areawide analysis. also confirms transit use theory, though in this sample set, The relationships between passengers per revenue-hour and the relationship is minimal to nonsignificant. However, such measures as population density, income, the elderly seg- ment of the population, the student-age segment of the popu- Table 5-4. Passengers per revenue-hour lation, the number of owner-occupied units, the number of (pass. rev. hr.) versus transit renter-occupied units, and number of car owners were tested at use factors in Broward the route level with data derived from the census blocks. The County, Florida. data permitted a Pearson correlation analysis to be conducted to Pearson's Transit Use Factor measure the magnitude and sign of these relationships.2 Find- Correlation ings are summarized in Table 5-4 and include the following: Pass. Rev. Hr./Income -0.57648 Pass. Rev. Hr./Elderly Segment 0.061163 Pass. Rev. Hr./Student Segment 0.090209 2 Hyperstat Online Contents,"Pearson's Correlation," Pass. Rev. Hr./Population Density 0.83333 stat/A62891.html: Pearson's correlation reflects the degree of linear relationship between Pass. Rev. Hr./Owner-Occupied -0.39667 two variables. It ranges from 1 to 1. A correlation of 1 means that there is a perfect Pass. Rev. Hr/Renter-Occupied 0.036481 positive linear relationship between variables. It is a positive relationship because high Pass. Rev. Hr./Owner-Occupied, No Car 0.694742 scores on the X-axis are associated with high scores on the Y-axis. A correlation of 1 Pass. Rev. Hr./Owner-Occupied, 1 Car 0.380401 means that there is a perfect negative linear relationship between variables. It is a nega- Pass. Rev. Hr./Renter-Occupied, No Car 0.520486 tive relationship because high scores on the X-axis are associated with low scores on the Y-axis. A correlation of 0 means there is no linear relationship between the two variables. Pass. Rev. Hr./Renter-Occupied, 1 Car -0.12368