Greyhound service in the West Kootenay-Boundary won’t be reduced for the time being.
This from Greyhound’s Senior VP Stewart Kendrick.
He’s speaking to yesterday’s decision from the Passenger Transportation Board which granted approval to reduce service on the Kelowna to Alberta route to two days a week if Greyhound sees fit.
Kendrick says they’ll continue to monitor the route.
If Greyhound makes any changes, customers will be given at least two weeks notice.
Service to Beaverdell is the only cut in our area.
That happens June 1.