On average, there are about 3,300 passengers boarding buses per day, which is well above the 2,000 riders per day average during the previous peak month of June.

    But the average number of buses per daily trip is down to 1,500 in June, according to transit agencies.

    That means that, on average, passengers are taking more trips per day than they were just two weeks ago.

    That’s especially true of Seattle Public Transit.

    In fact, the agency is running out of space for its buses.

    Last month, the number of bus seats on the ground doubled from 790 to 1.8 million.

    The agency is looking to fill at least one of its remaining bus routes with a bus that is larger than the average passenger.

    The most popular choice is a 4-wheel-drive bus, which currently sits at just over 1 million vehicles.

    That vehicle would fill the gap.

    But the agency’s buses are not the only ones getting crowded.

    Seattle Transit, Seattle Light Rail, Sound Transit and the Washington Department of Transportation are all seeing a decline in ridership, too.

    In addition to increasing their capacity, some of those agencies have been cutting back on the number or types of buses they offer.

    The transit agencies’ average daily ridership declined by a whopping 1,900 riders per bus in June from the same month last year.

    So, overall, the transit agencies are seeing an overall decline in passenger demand and, by extension, ridership.

    But what about the average bus riders?

    In May, there were 788,000 bus riders.

    The average weekday ridership increased to 7,200.

    The most popular route on average was the 4-wheel-drive.

    Ridership is up by 1,800 per day.

    The bus that comes closest to matching that ridership is the 5-wheel, which has about 1,400 more riders than the typical bus.

    But there is a big difference between that route and the rest of the system.

    There are only about 500 vehicles on that route, and the average daily bus ridership in June is down about 1.2 percent from the last year’s peak.

    So, the average weekday bus riders is up about a third of a percent, but it is down by over 5 percent from last year and is down in absolute terms.

    That is the worst bus riderships in the system for a year.

    If you want to see what ridership looks like, you can view that data in this chart.

    The average weekday daily riders is down slightly from the previous year’s average of about 1 million.

    But, you know, you have to go all the way back to the spring of 2017 to see a dip in riders.

    And, again, there is one big exception.

    The Seattle City Council is considering a $3 billion plan to extend light rail to Ballard, which would bring in at least 1,000 new buses to replace the 3,600 buses currently on the road.

    So the overall ridership drops by almost half.

    But even then, that increase is less than half the ridership from the spring.

    And that’s because of the reduction in riders on that line.

    The numbers show that riders are taking the bus more often on average.

    The number of trips on average has increased by 2.3 percent.

    The difference between the numbers is 1.6 percent.

    So ridership on the light rail line has actually been growing more slowly than average, at about 2.5 percent.

    And this is despite the fact that the city is working to bring in more buses.

    And there is another factor to consider.

    This is just one of many factors that are at play that can affect ridership levels.

    For example, it’s possible that the increased capacity of light rail is just not cutting it in the Northwest.

    In fact, that’s not even a possibility.

    The light rail lines are often overcrowded and, for many people, that means the bus is more likely to have to wait longer for a bus.

    So if you are riding your favorite route on a weekday and there are more people on the bus, that could mean that you are taking longer to get home.

    But again, that only matters if you look at the overall number of people on buses and, therefore, the overall numbers.

    It is important to note that there are other factors at play here, too, too: People are driving more, so the amount of time people have to get to their destination is also on the rise.

    And, of course, it is important that we continue to invest in the transit system so that we can continue to deliver better services to people.

    But this data shows that there is no way to predict when things will get better.

    And so, the best thing we can do is not to panic.