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Wichita Falls Travel Center Opens

A central building is officially open in downtown Wichita Falls for travelers.
A central building is officially open in downtown Wichita Falls for travelers.

City leaders unveiled the travel center Tuesday afternoon during a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The Greyhound bus line will operate out of a 6,700 square foot facility.

It includes a security office, Wi-Fi and a conference room which can accommodate 50 people.

Downtown Development officials say the travel center provide people with more access to come downtown.

“All the bus routes will be coming this direction. They can go to the library, they can come downtown either for an event or to go to our museums or even farmers market on Saturday, they will have more access for downtown,” said Cynthia Laney of Wichita Falls Downtown Development.

You can check out the city's new travel center tomorrow for public viewing from 8 am to 4pm.

Regular service will begin Monday, November 11th.

The travel center will be open Monday through Friday from 6am-6pm and Saturday from 6am to 4pm.
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