April 2019 results are out and they don't look pretty: "For the month ended April 30, 2019, we carried 71,308 passengers and generated total revenue of approximately $1.8 million. Daily trips by commuters and frequent business travelers continued to grow in the month of April, while leisure-oriented ridership was lower due to lower seasonal event activity. In addition, we ran a reduced train schedule to allow for installation of signaling system upgrades associated with federally-mandated positive train control." https://emma.msrb.org/ES1269861-ES993909-ES1395346.pdf Does anyone have an idea of how much of a reduced train schedule occurred in April? It seems that Virgin Trains USA is consistently releasing the monthly reports around the 18-20th of the following month. They also released a Construction Report stating that construction has commenced on the North Segment (West Palm Beach to Orlando) and will begin revenue service on that line in "approximately three years."