The demise of Greyhound bus stations is a problem

Intercity buses were once the preeminent travel method in the United States, and there is one company that dominated the space: Greyhound Lines. With its instantly recognizable silver race dog adorning its buses, Greyhound is a classic part of Americana. During the 1940s, the company had an estimated 4,750 bus stations across the nation.

And while the company still serves 2,300 destinations across North America, there has been a clear decline in Greyhound bus stations. This is marked by a surge in the company’s terminals being sold to investment firms, relocated to less-than-desirable areas or shuttered entirely. 

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