Greyhound Bus Service is back serving Grand County and Winter Park, Colorado. Greyhound pulled it’s Grand County Service about five years ago because it wasn’t cost effective. Meaning they weren’t making cash. Well, they are back running a route from Denver to Salt Lake City on US Highway 40 that runs through Winter Park, Granby and Steamboat Springs.
Greyhound is now offering a $1.00 introductory fare from Denver to Salt Lake City until October 26th, 2009. Here is the full route:
Denver Greyhound terminal Denver Union Station to Idaho Springs, Annie’s Gold Antiques and Collectibles; Winter Park, Winter Park Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce building, 12:50 westbound; 6:15 p.m. eastbound; Granby, Granby Mini Mart, 1:10 p.m.-1:25 p.m. westbound; 5:40 p.m.- 5:55 p.m. eastbound; Hot Sulphur Springs, *flag stop at the Grand County Administration Building and Courthouse, 1:40 p.m. westbound; 5:25 p.m. eastbound; Kremmling, *flag stop at the Shake & Burger, 2 p.m. westbound; 5:05 p.m. eastbound; Steamboat Springs, Stockbridge Transportation Center and Steamboat transit stop by the Kum & Go; Hayden; Milner; Craig; Dinosaur; Myton, Utah; Vernal, Utah; Roosevelt, Utah; Duchesne, Utah; Heber City, Utah; Park City, Utah – Utah Olympic Park; Salt Lake City, Utah.
*Flag Stops are not regularly scheduled stops. Passengers can wave down bus or schedule a pick-up online. Passengers are encouraged to arrive one-half hour early at flag stops.
For fare and scheduled information, or to buy tickets, 1-800-231-2222, or visit the Web site at www.greyhound.com.
Very nice to have more transportation to/from the Fraser Valley. The route is now being funded by the Utah and Colorado State Governments. Read the full story at the Ski Hi Daily News.
Chris October 23rd, 2009
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