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  1. To Gainesville, Florida where a man wanted for murder In Tallahassee was intercepted as he tried to blend into the crowd on a northbound bus headed out of state... https://www.local10.com/news/2020/01/17/fhp-catches-murder-suspect-on-greyhound-bus/
  2. Looks like a bus got stuck in a snow bank and went onto its side enough to block the door from opening in Winter Park, Colorado right by the ski resort. Nobody hurt. https://www.skyhinews.com/news/greyhound-bus-overturns-in-snow-no-passengers-hurt/
  3. Walterboro, South Carolina has been discontinued: http://extranet.greyhound.com/revsup/Schedules2/bulletins/01-20.pdf
  4. To Sacramento, California we go and a Greyhound was stopped after a passenger reported a person with a gun on the bus. Everyone was taken off and searched but nothing was found. https://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2020/01/09/greyhound-bus-evacuated-report-passenger-gun/
  5. For better or worse the X3-45 is one of the most problem plagued buses I have ever encountered. A lot of those issues are electrical, emissions and design and build quality related. Even with top notch maintenance they have trouble staying on the road. I can only imagine what Greyhound’s X3’s are like with subpar Maintanance. The H3-45 doesn’t seem to share nearly as many problems. I have no idea why that is.
  6. A man smashed his head through the window of the Peterborough Ontario station, then he threatened a doctor at the hospital... https://www.ptbotoday.ca/2019/12/30/man-charged-after-incident-at-greyhound-station/#
  7. If the reason is lack of a bus then yes... if it’s lack of a driver on the other hand... I’m not greyhound but the experience is probably similar... the bus I was supposed to receive blew an airbag in the front so we chartered a local company to run the run but I had to sit in front, give directions and take tickets. I just wasn’t allowed to drive their bus.
  8. Nice article touching on some of the aftermath of Greyhound leaving and it’s effect on British Columbia specifically Vancouver Island: https://globalnews.ca/news/6326414/vancouver-island-bus-depot-closures/
  9. Another stop gets the axe: Bay Minnette, AL effective 12/31/19. http://extranet.greyhound.com/revsup/Schedules2/bulletins/78-19.pdf
  10. ns8401

    Thompson Transit

    It’s ok, I realized what was going on after I posted. I didn’t realize Greyhound was into city transit up there...
  11. ns8401

    Thompson Transit

    The article mentions Greyhound having the contract before they pulled out which is perfect for the life after Greyhound thread which is why I put it where I did... is that not actually the case?
  12. The Thompson Transit contract has been awarded to Maple Bus Lines, Service resumes January 2nd after a 6 month hiatus: https://www.thompsoncitizen.net/news/thompson/council-awards-transit-contract-to-maple-bus-lines-1.24038784
  13. 2 more stops eliminated: Premont, TX (Valley Transit) effective 12/4. Eufaula, AL effective 12/5. http://extranet.greyhound.com/revsup/Schedules2/bulletins/76-19.pdf
  14. Portland Maine’s bus terminal is up for sale. Built in 1961. FirstGroup is trying to get every dime of value out before they liquida.... I mean sell Greyhound. https://www.pressherald.com/2019/12/17/greyhounds-portland-bus-station-building-up-for-sale/
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