If you're referring to the ridership of bus traffic feeding into the station, then overall I've seen a steady increase during the rush hour period from VISUAL observations alone (we'll get a more accurate picture once the YRT releases official numbers for 2019). In comparison to last year, the 10 has slowly been building up ridership during the rush hour period and the 20 is consistently packed throughout the majority of the weekdays. South of highway 7, the 20's ridership dips significantly so I'm still surprised the YRT still runs the 20's full 14 minute frequency along the entire length of the route. The ZUM, I would assume, has the highest ridership of all the bus lines serving the station as its a common sight to see a horde of passengers waiting for it in the VIVAstation. In general, along highway 7, the ridership of ZUM seems to perform phenomenally with there being large crowds waiting at the Weston and Ansley Grove stops. VIVA Orange still performs terribly outside of rush hour (I typically get the bus to myself around noon on weekdays), but at least the rush hour ridership seems to have increased and it will probably increase again once the rapidway construction wraps up. With York not striking this year, there should be an increase in ridership along the new extension in general as the majority of York students seem to put up with the double fare and just transfer at VMC rather than take the 20 south and do the 10 minute walk to campus from Pioneer Village (this pretty much proves that uni students are terrible at saving money).