Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR01 - (Greyhound-Replacements)

REGINA. x-08s. Greyhound bus service in nearly all of Western Canada will come to an end this Wednesday, but a number of companies are preparing to fill the gap. Regina-based Rider Express Transportation begins runs today between Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg. Starting Thursday, the company will offer service between Edmonton and Saskatoon, with connections from Regina to Winnipeg. Onwer Furat Uray (FUHR'-at, oo-RYE') says Rider will start with a small fleet of full-sized buses.

("...have more bus.") (SOURCE:CKRM)

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TAG: Uray says the plan is to eventually move their headquarters from Regina to Calgary as the company grows.

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PR02 - (Greyhound-Replacements)

REGINA. x-08s. A number of transportation companies are beginning to fill the gap that will be left when Greyhound ends service in almost all of Western Canada this week. …

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