Greyhound abandons the Canadian prairies

Migration patterns of people and methods of transportation are in a state of disruption, and for the Canadian branch of Greyhound, those changes mean they can’t continue to support routes in Western Canada. Greyhound made the announcement citing a 41% decline in ridership over the past 10-years.

This article was sourced from:

Erik Pindera, Winnipeg Free Press


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