Greyhound is reducing bus service for Vermont
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Greyhound Lines is reducing the number of bus trips between Boston, New York City, and Vermont.
The company plans to cut its early morning route from Vermont to Boston and New York City and its last return trip in the evening to Burlington starting Tuesday.
A Greyhound spokeswoman says the company is reducing frequency due to low ridership.
Michael Coffin, who manages Greyhound's bus station in Montpelier, said he will have to close next week because of the cuts.
He said fewer riders were taking the early morning southbound bus because of an unannounced change in its departure time.
Greyhound, which owns the Vermont Transit line, canceled service to Rutland last month. (AP)