HERMON, Maine (NEWS CENTER)--Starting next week, anyone who wants to get a ride on a Greyhound bus will have to go to Dysart's truck Stop in Hermon.
According to Dysart's Vice President Tim Dysart, busses will begin picking up and dropping off riders on April 17. Passengers can buy their tickets in the store and can wait in the restaurant area before their bus arrives.
The busses will be located at the back of the truck stop. Dysart said the bus schedule will remain the same as before and there will be the same amount of busses picking up and dropping
Dysart said this is becoming more common for Greyhound to move to truck stops because of the hours they are open and that busses can get fuel and get serviced if they need it.
"Greyhound has gone to a lot of different truck stops and gone and done the same thing that it works out well that they're open 24 hours a day, they deal with the traveling public and that this is just another use for infrastructure that they already have," Dysart said.