Greyhound Applies to Reduce Bus Service
Regulator open to public comment
Greyhound Canada wants to cut back its bus service again through the Northwest.
The company has applied to the B.C. Passenger Transportation Board for permission to provide fewer runs on routes throughout British Columbia.
Between Prince Rupert and Prince George, instead of a minimum of 22 trips a week, it wants to be able to cut that to 14.
Already, several organizations concerned about affordable transportation options between communities along Highway 16 are raising concerns.
The public has until October 17th to submit comments to the regulator.