As of 2015, there are approximately 42 Greyhound lines in British Columbia still operational, states an article in the Huffington Post. Most of these run between Vancouver and Canada's other major cities.
Greyhound is the largest and most important bus operator in British Columbia, says the Canadian Greyhound website. Three of the busiest terminals in Canada are located in British Columbia: Vancouver, Kelowna and Kamloops.
Greyhound is vital to the transport sector in British Columbia, according to the Huffington Post, as it is the only bus operator that offers services to a number of remote communities in the province. Thus, there are a number of Greyhound lines in British Columbia that remain the only form of transportation for a significant number of citizens in rural communities. However, the Huffington Post article also states that cuts to Greyhound lines proposed in 2013 for certain isolated parts of British Columbia would adversely affect 130,000 people in 11 municipalities, covering around 46,000 square kilometers.
It is also possible to travel between British Columbia and the United States using Greyhound. There are direct routes between Vancouver and the following North American cities: New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Calgary and Toronto.