Monday, May 25, 2009

Greyhound Wants To Reduce Island Service

Greyhound To Cut One Trip Daily
Between Nanaimo - Campbell River


An article in the Times Colonist says that Greyhound Bus Lines is applying to the B.C. Transportation board to reduce service to Campbell River.

Currently the bus lines has three daily trips between Nanaimo and Campbell River and they seek to have that reduced to two trips each way daily. Three years ago they sought to reduce the service from four trips to two but settled with three after a public outcry.

Any community between Nanaimo and Campbell River relying on the bus service for parcel delivery would also be affected by the reduction.

The B.C. Transportation Board is receiving comments from the public until June 17 and may consider a public hearing on the matter. You can submit your comments by sending them to ptboard@gov.bc.ca or faxed to 250-953-3788.

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