Dalston Junction bus station, located in Hackney, East London, cost £63m of public money but is only used by one bus route, the single decker 488, which runs five times an hour to Shacklewell, Clapton and Bow.
Via Diamond Geezer, who says this newly opened bus station tops the £3m Dagenham Dock bus station, used only by the EL2 bus, which also departs five times an hour and serves the Thames View Estate, Barking and Ilford.
Boris Johnson decided to cancel the Dagenham Dock DLR extension, seemingly because it would be too useful.
With poor transport links, now only a few people get the El2 from Dagenham Dock bus station each day.
Perhaps when the Barking Riverside development is completed in 2025, the numbers will rise, although the DLR extension being cancelled makes the development far less desirable.
Meanwhile, the DLR extension to Stratford International, which links a white elephant of a station with three already existing stations and two new ones, will be ready for its main purpose, to ferry people around during the wasteful 2012 Olympics.