300 S 600 W, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410140.761818 -111.908339
Neighborhoods: Rio Grande
A way to go, but less than professional staff – Face it riding a bus a long distance is not always the most pleasant means of transport, but out of Salt Lake City, with Amtrak only running one train east or west daily, there are no other choices.
This is relatively new location for Greyhound, former spots were always downtown and although a bit shabby, they held more class than this new location. When downtown, at that time - eating alternatives were more than a few vending machines.
This new location was to be part of a great intermodal hub of the city, UTA services are present, but Amtrak has chosen to remain in a little shack at the southern end of the location.
Back to Greyhound,.
Ticket office seems to only open a few hours in the morning and then later at night.
The ticket seller was less than attentive, had to repent everything to him and caught him making a mistake on the departure information he wrote on the ticket sleeve.
With the nature of bus travel, scheduling conflicts and arrival/departure delays in mind , this is one of the depots that always appears to be in need of constant cleaning - if not complete sterilizing sanitization - which suggests a problem with scheduling and employing the right people.
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