BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. (AP) -- The nation's largest bus company is cutting service to two Vermont towns and two more in Massachusetts.
Greyhound says its buses will stop rolling into stations in Brattleboro and Bellows Falls later this month. Two towns in Massachusetts and one in New Hampshire are also having service eliminated.
Greyhound spokesman Timothy Stokes told the Eagle Times (http://bit.ly/LWDv5e ) the locations were removed from the route after an evaluation determined a ridership decline in the region. Greyhound will continue to offer service to Burlington, Montpelier and White River Junction, Vt.
Greyhound says it's also ending service to Keene, N.H., and Northampton and Greenfield, Mass.