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Thank you so much for looking into this. Greyhound is ridiculous and we need to quash their monopoly as soon as possible.

And people wonder why we will not quit our reliance on the automobile.
Reminds me of the arrogance that destroyed the train passenger business 50 years ago.
Magda, keep up the good work, these corporate clowns deserve to be embarrassed, they have no idea what customer service is.

Thank you!

This is the age with cell phone data plan, and we are still expected to travel through negative 40 for half an hour in order to get a bus schedule.

So much for the web-only discount.

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