Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Western Canada Transportation Ministers to Discuss Greyhound Departure

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Western Canada Transportation Ministers to Discuss Greyhound Departure

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Western Canada ministers to discuss Greyhound

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VICTORIA - British Columbia's transportation minister says she will speak with her western Canadian counterparts on Thursday to discuss Greyhound's plan to end bus service in the region this fall.

Claire Trevena says her staff have convened a meeting where she and other ministers will discuss different approaches the provinces are considering and ways they can work together.

She says her ministry is also talking to all providers of bus services to find out what capacity exists in the province to ensure that people have safe, reliable transportation.

Trevena says many people can't afford to drive a car or buy a train or plane ticket, and they rely on bus service, adding that others choose not to use personal vehicles.

She says she received no advance notice before Greyhound announced Monday it will end all its routes in the West at the end of October, save for one regular trip between Vancouver and Seattle. …

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