Three Utah Greyhound Stations Are Closing

Three Utah Greyhound Stations Are Closing

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Three Utah Greyhound stations are closing their doors -- as the bus chain curbs its Southwest service.

The Fillmore, Beaver and Nephi stations will be cut beginning April 3rd because of low ridership out of all three stops.

In Fillmore, the four buses stopping at the station each day only picked up an average of one person a week. Statistics were similar in both Beaver and Nephi.

Greyhound spokesman says the cuts will likely not leave riders stranded because there are still bus stations within driving distance of the three eliminated stops.

There will be nine remaining Greyhound bus stations in Utah.

Greyhound will be closing a total of 150 stations in April nationwide, with most of them in Arkansas, California and Texas.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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