Greyhound Struggles as Travelers Prefer Flights to Bus Rides


A broken down Greyhound bus in Nevada. The bus company is struggling as costs mount and its vehicles age. Eva

Skift Take: Ridesharing and low-cost carriers alike have contributed to the decline of Greyhound, which boasts an aging fleet and outdated brand identity. It’ll probably be sold off to a private equity group and saddled with an onerous amount of debt sometime soon.

— Andrew Sheivachman

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