OAKLAND (CBS SF) – BART set a record last month for average monthly weekday ridership, a BART spokeswoman said Wednesday.

The average for last month was 446,650, compared with a record of 446,008 set in October 2015, spokeswoman Alicia Trost said.

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During the last year, the number of BART riders has grown three percent, down from 6 growth percent in previous years because trains can hold only so many people.

The busiest weekday for BART was in 2012 when San Francisco held a victory parade for the World Series champion Giants, Trost said. The second busiest day was when Oakland held a victory parade for the NBA champion Warriors.

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Three of the top ten busiest days, including the third busiest day, were when San Francisco was hosting Super Bowl City.

BART’s performance during Super Bowl Week, especially its on-time performance, was good, according to BART officials. On-time performance was better than 90 percent despite the pressure to move so many people.

Also, few medical or equipment problems occurred, which could have caused delays, Trost said.

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