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My scheduled bus was 6 hrs late and the station was closed in Ogden Utah. I waited outside from 4:30 a.m.

until 11a.m. Luckily a nice couuple came about 20 min after I got there so I was not alone. I also called 911 and they had someone to patrol the area. I caught the train to Salt Lake City Station and this is how the bathroom looked the whole time I was there.

They said the homeless do this but whose job is it to clean it, not the homeless!!!! Their were only 4 working stalls and 1 working sink. If I could post the smell I would! I also was in the stall beside one of the homeless women as she proceeded to smoke what I assume to be cocaine.

I asked her to be considerate of others when I heard her strike her lighter. She then left and a few seconds later the security guard came to the doorway and said is someone in here.

I said yes and he said he needed to see my ticket! To bad he wasnt' a few minutes earlier.

Product or Service Mentioned: Greyhound Sanitary Conditions.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Preferred solution: Fire and hire.

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Once when I was riding the Greyhound on my way to Cheyenne, Wyoming the bus heading into Denver was late and I missed the last connection for the day to Cheyenne. The closed up the bus station for the night and told me i had to wait until the next morning to catch the next bus to Cheyenne.

I had to roam the freezing streets all night, and there was snow and ice everywhere. Before I got thrown out of the station, the security said to me "I hope that you have enough money for a hotel". I couldn't afford to *** away over $100 a night for a hotel (this was about 20 years ago), so I just kept warm by walking around Denver all night, making sure to not to stray very far from the station. I was so glad when it finally was morning and I could go back to the Greyhound Station and get warm and catch my bus to Cheyenne.

Oh, and by the way, The Greyhound from Denver To Cheyenne bus stops at a whole lot of places along the way, taking much much longer than someone driving the 100 miles straight through in an hour and a half. The Greyhound trip from Denver To Cheyenne takes about 3 Hours and it would stop at Longmont, Loveland, Boulder, Greely, Fort collins and a few other places that I can't remember.

One of the drivers was telling another driver riding up front next to him that he "Hated The Denver To Cheyenne Run WITH A PASSION" I would venture to say that if I had stuck out my thumb to hitch a ride to Cheyenne that i probably could have gotten there much quicker than that. I agreed with that driver, that WAS one of the worst Greyhound routes.


I had similar experience on GH traveling from coast to coast - one bus/station filthier than the last... homeless people roam freely thru terminals and take up residence, while security and staff profile and harass paying customers! WTF???