As of this morning, Sherbrooke’s intercity bus terminal has moved into a new home at 60 King Street West, about 500 feet away from their previous home in the old Grand Trunk Railway station on Depot Street. Now owned and operated by the Transdev Limocar bus company, the larger space is meant to offer more comfort to passengers as well as an improved work environment for company staff. According to Pierre Gagnon, Director of Operations at Transdev Canada, the move was intentionally small in order to keep the bus station in the familiar downtown environment. Despite the limited distance of the relocation, however, he said that the estimated 820 people who make trips through the terminus daily will notice an immediate difference in both environment and services offered. See full story in the Tuesday, May 1st edition of The Record.