INTERCITY bus service along the Sea to Sky corridor will have fewer stops for passengers starting next month.
Greyhound is cutting nine stops from its Vancouver to Mount Currie route, including the Sunset Beach stop in West Vancouver. The cuts are expected to go into effect by Oct. 16.
"These cuts were made due to the variable ridership or no ridership in those locations," said Alexandra Pedrini, spokeswoman for Greyhound.
Pedrini said the cuts would help to speed up travel time along the Sea to Sky corridor.
"We're able to add more express services because we're making fewer stops," she said.
Pedrini said Greyhound would be posting a letter on their website for customers by the end of September that would include a link to the new schedules.
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