Bakersfield City Council will meet Wednesday night to review an agreement with Greyhound Lines Inc. to rent space at the city-owned Amtrak station.
Greyhound currently offers passenger buses and package delivery from its downtown train station on 18th and G Street.
“With the changing business climate, Greyhound employees realized they no longer needed a facility of this size. City officials found that relocating Greyhound buses to the existing urban Amtrak station met several key goals of the city council, including “According to a city memo released on Friday.
The memo states that the proposed lease has an initial ten-year term with two five-year extension options. Greyhound would pay $ 2,000 per month initially for the first year, followed by $ 3,000 per month on the first anniversary. Then there would be an adjustment of the consumer price index every year, it says in the memo.