Tag Archives: bus travel

“Vulture” Investment Firm Closes Greyhound Stations

Axios reports: Greyhound bus stations nationwide are closing and relocating outside central business districts after being acquired by an investment firm that rose to infamy for its acquisition and gutting of American newspapers. Greyhound has long been the brand most closely associated with intercity bus travel in the United States. Its stations, often architecturally and culturally significant, occupy prime downtown …

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Feds Shut Down 26 Chinatown Bus Lines

The “Chinese bus” has long been the cheapest and to many, the hippest way to travel between the major cities of the Northeast. But long plagued by shoddy maintenance and not a few accidents, their safety record has been as legendary as the low price. Today the feds, for now, put an end to most of them. Federal transportation officials …

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$1 Bus Trips From NYC – DC

As new mega-cheap bus service is about to launch between NYC and DC. BoltBus will begin running eight trips a day from Washington, D.C. to New York, beginning March 27, as Jaunted reported yesterday. A division of Greyhound/Peter Pan bus line, the company boasts buses that are bedecked with Wi-Fi, with leather seats on select coaches, expansive legroom and those …

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