To a degree, going back to the old way of Trailways and Greyhound of old, regional operators in consortium arrangements with Greyhound as an umbrella corporation. The latest iteration of Greyhound was pretty much the result of defaults or buyouts of smaller divisions/operators under Greyhound aegeus. The loss of the tanglefoot setup of many small routes and limited intra-area expresses directly led to the demise of regional operations. The very idea of a web of local routes died a terrible death in rural America, much to the distress of said local residents; first trains to smaller towns went away and then the local bus faded to highways and private cars.
Nostalgia is HELL. I remember growing up on a whistle stop local bus route serviced by both Trailways and Greyhound, no bus station but the one and only gas station in the tiny community had a flag for customer use to get the bus to stop. I remember taking the local line to Orlando (the BIG city) and then to points otherwhere. Taking a local on longer distances was a kick in a sense, an adventure of many peoples in little towns in America coming together casually.
Those days are now gone forever.