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Phone: (305) 688-7174

TollFree: (800) 752-4841

Toll Free: (800) 752-4841

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Golden Glades, Biscayne Gardens

Greyhound Lines Inc.

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Specialties: Shopping Centers, Casinos, Air Conditioning, A C, Tours, Cooling, Clubs


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North Miami is a large city but has never been adequately served by Greyhound. Greyhound Miami North location is a very difficult place to find since it is in a remote location hidden behind the Golden Glades transportation center and the “building” and sign are blocked from public view by tall trees and high bushes. So, going there for the first time is a nightmare for all even Uber drivers. But, even worse is the dilapidated trailer that is used to serve the public. Its small, dirty appearance shows a lack of respect for paying passengers. The old trailer is deteriorating with large holes in front. So, passengers living in the North Miami area have to deal with this hidden, unsafe location and nasty trailer accommodations. But, to top it off Miami North passengers are put through more inconvenience when their bus drives past the Miami North location and drops them off at the Miami Airport stop where they have to wait hours for a bus going back to the Miami North location. Or, passengers are dropped off at the Ft. Lauderdale location where they have to wait hours for a bus to take them to the Miami North location. Greyhound’s service to North Miami is typical of companies in the U.S. that do not believe they need to spend money in areas where there is a majority of minority residents. This practice is so wrong!

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