But Greyhound was able to survive, with the existing subsidies, for decades. Even if they weren't very profitable, the length of service at least shows it wasn't a ridiculous money loser for them. So keeping or tweaking the existing subsidies may be all that is needed to get the service back up and running.
NO. Greyhound was never given subsidies. they were awarded exclusive trade contracts for lucrative routes in exchange for also operating certain rural routes (at a loss).
your vancouver to calgary overpriced fare paid for a crappy route in the north to keep going.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 21 May 2021 - 04:43 PM.