It’s the end of the line today for Greyhound Canada, with the last bus leaving Thunder Bay yesterday.
Northwestern Ontario and most parts of Canada will say good-bye to the long-time carrier.
The company made the decision back in July, citing a 41% drop in ridership, increased competition from subsidized national and inter-regional passenger services, the new entry of ultra-low-cost carriers, regulatory constraints and increased car travel.
Greyhound has been mum on the issue since the original announcement.
Kasper Transportation has spent the past couple of months reassuring passengers that transportation gaps will be filled in our area.
Right now the company has routes from Thunder Bay to Dryden, Sioux Lookout, Red Lake and more.