It's a new day, at a new location.
Greyhound's bus fleet now has a new drop off point for Greenville, off Woodruff Road.
Riders said, from the outset, the new location is better than the old one downtown.
"(It's) much easier, convenient, there's a lot of shopping around," said Ronald Campbell.
"This is actually clean," said Coral Evans. "Like, I could leave my bags here to go to KFC, and they would still be right here."
The new Greyhound station came almost literally at the last minute, and only within the last few weeks.
The city of Greenville didn't renew Greyhound's lease at their old station, so they had to move to Woodruff Road. Those living near the bus stop said they're not happy about their new neighbor.
"People are ready to put their houses up for sale. That's how bad it is," said homeowner Pete Tietenberg.
Tietenberg is also president of the Woodruff Crossing Homeowner's Association, and he said Greyhound's move next door to them was a shock.
There are worries about property values, safety and whether or not they should even be at their new location in the first place.
"We've got business coming in from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. at night," said Tietenberg. "There's concerns here as far as parking...and also vagrancies, which they had downtown."
Greenville County officials said Greyhound is in an area that has been properly zoned for years.
Greyhound's corporate office also said they plan to make the station a secure location.
"We certainly understand the homeowner's concerns and the plan is to work with them and the nearby business to make this a smooth transition," said a Greyhound spokesperson.
"We're only 65 feet from the building here," said Tietenberg. "If people want to start milling around through over here, that's our concern, too."
The riders themselves said that won't be the case.
"Everyone's not staying outside, they come in here and wait for their ride," said Evans. "There's not going to be any trouble outside."
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