A very good question. Part of it may be in what I commented on in the 'Cross-Country' thread....A few years ago, GL's CEO in their company newspaper stated that Greyhond was basically re-inventing themselves from a long distance carrier to concentrate on 300-400 mile maximum trips radiating from their largest markets.
New question: Why did Greyhound cancel some of its LD services? Some of them were very popular but still got cancelled.
Greyhound has abandoned some very popular routes that took them years to build.
A can imagine the great Greyhound founders spinning in their graves at what became of their once proud American icon....
Here is where I don't udnerstand. So the CEO is do what he said he would do. But those runs were popular so he still shouldn't have done it, IMO. After all, he's probably not doing it just to fulfill his statement, there are other reasons too.