Greyhound still running amidst changes

Greyhound schedule changes in Fort St. James are now in place.

  • Oct. 7, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Greyhound service still running in Fort St. James.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

Greyhound schedule changes in Fort St. James are now in place.

According to Emily Columbo, Economic Development Officer/Deputy Corporate Officer for the District of Fort St. James says that there are many inquiries that come into the municipal office regarding Greyhound service and as to whether or not service runs at all.

Greyhound service is running and effective Sept. 25, 2015, the trip from Fort St. James to Prince George on Fridays has changed from a 9am departure time to a 6:30 pm departure.

The trip from Prince George to Fort St. James, which was on Sundays departing at 4pm, has now changed to a 7:15am departure time on Mondays.

Ashley Sears from Greyhound Corporate Head Office says that the new changes are being implemented because of an increase in demand from customers who want to travel to Prince George on the weekends for shopping and recreation.

“This allows customers the opportunity to travel after work on Friday evening and spend the weekend there and then return in time for work Monday morning,” Sears said.

Pickups and drop-offs are behind the C.I.B.C. at Unit #15-470 Stuart Dr. W., Fort St. James.

Any questions regarding these changes or for ticket prices visit: Greyhound.ca

 

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