Apparently the FVX is recording an average of 6 passengers a day.
"In its first eight months of operation, the transit line saw a total revenue of $155,599 through 41,749 rides.
A survey conducted by BC Transit suggests many riders were still learning about the service by word of mouth, and that among those who didn’t use the service, 30% said the reason was they’d never heard of it.
Among the concerns received by BC Transit was how traffic disruptions could significantly affect service along the Highway 1 route — Newlove said BC Transit is working with the ministry to establish bus-lanes.
The transit authority also plans an anniversary marketing campaign for the new route’s one-year milestone."
"Ridership/revenue by month:
Disappointing, but not unexpected. Hopefully they don't give up on this route any time soon, as it does serve an important service, even if it's not being utilized yet.