Greyhound services return to Princeton

Residents no longer need to travel to Hedley or keremeos for Greyhound services.

Probhjot Kaur is the new Princeton Agent for Greyhound Canada.

The trek to Hedley for Greyhound freight and ticket services is no longer necessary for residents of Princeton and area.

Probhjot Kaur is the new Princeton Agent for Greyhound Canada.

The Greyhound service outlet is located within the Princeton Esso at 160 Tapton Avenue. Ticket sales, shipping and receiving of Greyhound Courier Express parcels are available now as well as the regular three coach services per day.

Hours of operation are 9 a.m., to 3 p.m., daily. Call 250-295-0394 for ticket, coach and parcel information.

 

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