PHILADELPHIA (AP) — All aboard? Not in Pennsylvania.

The American Public Transportation Association says the state is bucking nationwide increases in public transit ridership.

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The association’s annual ridership report Monday shows drops by 2 percent in Philadelphia, 1.2 percent in Pittsburgh and 4.1 percent in Johnstown.

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There were smaller drops in Reading and Williamsport and slight increases in Harrisburg and Beaver County.

The association also reported a 67 percent jump in ridership, from 802,000 to 1.3 million, on Amtrak’s Keystone Service between Harrisburg and Philadelphia.

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Across the U.S., the association says public transportation ridership reached the highest level in 58 years, with 10.8 billion rides.

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