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|Monday-Sunday: 12:00AM - 12:10AM, 5:00AM -9:00 p. m., 9:30PM-11:59PM Holidays: 12:00AM -12:10AM, 5:00AM - 9:00PM, 9:30PM - 11:59PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 08, 2008
From its main Vancouver terminal at Pacific Central Station, Greyhound Canada provides valuable transportation service throughout British Columbia, Canada and North America. Greyhound has developed a reputation for providing safe and affordable transportation. You don’t need a reservation to travel Greyhound. Seating is generally on a first-come, first-serve basis but advance seat selection is available at the ticket counter in Vancouver for an additional fee. Advance tickets must be purchased at least one hour in advance. During peak hours and seasons like Christmas, extra buses are added as required.
Meeting the Needs of the Travelling Public
Greyhound Canada attempts to meet the needs of everyone who needs to travel. All employees and contractors are available to meet the needs of passengers with special needs. They can help with boarding and de-boarding. They are also there to assist with luggage, transfers or anything else that may come up. Children under the age of eight must be accompanied by someone age 15 years or older. Unaccompanied children between the ages of eight and 14 can be accommodated, but there are several conditions so it is best to call ahead to ensure proper arrangements can be made.
Greyhound Canada offers a variety of services that are worth looking into. In British Columbia, Greyhound provides special ski packages to Whistler and Mount Washington. It is best to plan ahead to take advantage of special rates. You can save money by purchasing your ticket a few days’ ahead, purchasing round trip tickets and avoid holiday travel. Greyhound also provides parcel delivery services and private charters for groups and events. There are specialty services for casinos and travel passes can be purchased.