Greyhound bus services coming to an end

Greyhound has announced that it will be ending all of its Western bus routes by the end of October, with just one route left operating from Vancouver to Seattle.
The company released a statement saying “despite their best efforts, ridership has dropped nearly 41 percent and simply put, we can no longer operate unsustainable routes.” That’s bad news for the people who use Greyhound to access medical services. Kasper Transportation which is based out of Ontario has already announced its plans through Facebook to pick up the bus routes, which will include Major cities in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Southern Ontario.

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