Proposed Greyhound route reduction in the Peace

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Greyhound Canada is proposing to decrease the number of trips in the Peace Region.

The company has made an application to the B.C. Passenger Transportation Board to reduce minimum route frequency between Prince George and Dawson Creek.

Currently, there are 28 trips made each week in each direction.  The company wants to decrease that to 24 a week in each direction.  Greyhound has also applied to reduce the number of trips to Mackenzie to one trip daily in each direction, from the current two. 

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Those interested have until March 17th, 2009 to submit written comments.

You can send them to: B.C. Passenger Transportation Board
Box 9850 STN Prov Govt
Victoria, BC
V8W 9T5

You can also fax them to 250-953-3788 or email ptboard@gov.bc.ca

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Make sure to quote application# X1209-08/Route J.

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