With more than 2,400 service locations in North America (excluding Alaska and Hawaii),
Greyhound offers a lot of choices in planning your next trip.
To make it easier to choose which destination is right for you, we have compiled
a state-by-state list of our available locations.
Types Of Locations
Terminals and agencies provide the easiest access to frequent schedules and transfers
to other bus schedules nationwide.
In major cities, our company-operated terminals provide full-service ticketing and
package express service, with extensive hours of operation (many are open 24 hours).
In smaller communities, locations may be operated by independent agents, which also
provide schedule and package express service.
Bus stops (identified with a [B] in Greyhound Ticket Center)
provide limited schedule service for a large number of locations, which do not support
a full-service terminal or agency. As a general rule, no ticketing, baggage, or
package express service is offered at these locations. Some of these locations may
be at a local airport or transit center, while others may simply be a stop along
a highway route, without an enclosed waiting area.
Passengers should be aware that no Greyhound ticketing facilities are available
at bus stop locations.
Locations Within Canada
A list of locations served within Canada is available at www.greyhound.ca.