A Via Rail currently schedules trips between Prince Rupert, Terrace and Prince George, but delays are common. (Black Press photo)

WEB POLL: Do you think improving passenger rail service will replace Greyhound’s bus service?

Via Rail has been referenced as a possible alternative to cancelled northern bus services


Greyhound’s passenger service between Prince Rupert and Prince George will end on June 1, but Via Rail has been suggested as a possible alternative to transport people in northern B.C..

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