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Greenville Greyhound Bus Station Moves Near Woodruff Rd.

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Greenville’s Greyhound bus service is now operating from its new location off Woodruff Road. Greenville’s Greyhound bus service is now operating from its new location off Woodruff Road.
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Greenville Greyhound Bus Station Moves Near Woodruff Rd. - September 4, 2013

Greenville’s Greyhound bus service is now operating from its new location off Woodruff Road.

The bus station is now located at 9 Hendrix Drive, about eight blocks away from the old location on McBee Avenue.

Seven daily schedules will run from the new station, including destinations to Atlanta, Chicago, Columbia, Detroit and New York.

Greenville Greyhound Service Moving To Woodruff Rd. - August 19, 2013

Greenville’s Greyhound bus services is making a change.

The company plans to move operations from its downtown location on McBee Street to the I-385 corridor with a new location off Woodruff Road.

The move is planned for Labor Day.

Officials with the City of Greenville tell us the old McBee site will be used for Greenlink bus services once the move is done.

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