Last Greyhound bus leaves Terrace, marking end of service

Last Greyhound bus leaves Terrace, marking end of service

BC Transit will fill void on an interim basis beginning June 4

Greyhound’s last passenger bus rolls out of Terrace on schedule at 12:01 p.m. Friday with one passenger. Greyhound Canada was approved by the Passenger Transportation Board to cancel service to seven B.C. routes, citing low ridership and a financial loss of $70 million over the past six years. BC Bus North, provided by BC Transit, will begin service on an interim basis June 4. The $2-million pilot project, funded by the province, will provide two round-trip routes a week between Prince Rupert and Prince George, Prince George and Valemont, Prince George to Dawson Creek and Fort St. John. Greyhound freight service will continue at company’s new Terrace location at 5131 Keith Avenue beginning June 4.

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