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Friday, October 26, 2018

Greyhound Bus Bound for NYC Got Lost in Cleveland for Hours Last Night

Posted By on Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 3:25 PM

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In what we trust will be the most bizarre transit-related story you'll read today, a Greyhond bus bound for New York City got lost in Cleveland for several hours last night.

Several hours.

Via Channel 19, passengers from Toledo didn't realize they were lost until they saw the same local sights "over and over and over again." The bus was due to arrive in NYC at 7:30 a.m., but was 4.5 hours late. The driver, after circling town again and again, ultimately returned to the Cleveland Greyhound terminal and dropped off two passengers he claimed were being disruptive.

From New York, passenger Arin Choo told Channel 19 that the disruptive passengers were just trying to give the driver directions from their GPS devices. The same driver completed the trip to New York City.

"Why [the driver] didn't have GPS, who knows," said passenger Choo, in his video interview with Channel 19. 

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