traildriver Posted January 25 Report Share Posted January 25 32 minutes ago, ns8401 said: Interesting thanks for the info. I wonder if the 1987 merger would have made any of the space in a joint terminal redundant? I know of a few around here that were closed and moved in the early-80s but largely those new buildings are also gone already replaced with city transit centers serving as stations mostly. Here's one on the Cleveland Terminal which is of course still open for business but was sold for $1.7 Million earlier this week featuring some nice shots of it: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/cleveland/greyhound-terminal-cle/ Additionally the one in Albany, New York has been sold in a significant step towards a new $82 Million transit center: https://www.bizjournals.com/albany/news/2023/01/25/albany-greyhound-bus-station-sold.html It's behind a paywall sadly. When Greyhound purchased Continental in 1987, one of the first fruits of the merger was just that…nationwide they combined into just one terminal, where they previously had two. They would choose whichever was the “better”, based on different priorities. In the few joint terminals, they simply closed one or the other’s facilities, and repurposed them. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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