Greyhound Suspends Bus Service to Akron

Greyhound bus lines has suspended service to Akron and several other Ohio cities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A service alert posted on the company’s website said the service suspensions are due to a drop in demand, particularly in the Northeast.

The notice did not say when the suspensions became effective, but a check for service from Akron found no service available.

Greyhound is continuing to operate between Cleveland and Cincinnati via Columbus.

Among the other cities at which service has been suspended in Ohio and surrounding states are Ashtabula, Battle Creek (Michigan), Burns Harbor (Indiana), Lima, Mansfield, Morgantown (West Virginia), West Salem (Ohio) and Youngstown.

Bus stations have been temporarily closed in several cities but will continue to operate as bus stops for pick up and drop off:

Tickets from these locations must be purchased online at Greyhound.com, on the Greyhound mobile app or at a full service location.

No stations in Ohio still with service have been closed but those in surrounding states that are affected include: Allentown, Pennsylvania; Beckley, West Virginia; Bowling Green, Kentucky; East Lansing, Michigan; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Kalamazoo, Michigan; Lansing, Michigan; London, Kentucky; Muskegon, Michigan; and Southfield, Michigan.

A number of other bus companies have also suspended service during the pandemic including Fullington Trailways in Pennsylvania and Megabus to New York City.

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