Which is kind of meaningless, depending on what the schedule is. If the schedule is slow and padded to account for potential delays, then hitting that mark doesn't mean you're providing rapid and reliable service.
This is the same issue with Matt's post focusing solely on farebox recovery: you can't look at just one metric to get a true sense of the level of service.
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