Greyhound Offers Free Rebooking For Customers In Preparation For Hurricane Florence

Customers scheduled to travel to or from cities expected to be impacted by the storm can rebook their tickets free of charge

DALLAS (Sep.11, 2018) — Greyhound, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in North America, today announced in preparation for Hurricane Florence, customers in potentially affected cities can rebook existing tickets without a change fee if they are:

  • Currently scheduled to travel after 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sep. 12 thru Friday, Sep. 14.
  • Traveling to or from the following cities:  

Ahoskie, NC

Jacksonville, NC

Vienna, MD

Annapolis, MD

Kinston, NC

Virginia Beach, VA

Cambridge, MD

Mardela, MD

Wallace, NC

Easton, MD

Myrtle Beach, SC

Washington, NC

Edenton, NC

New Bern, NC

Williamsburg, VA

Elizabeth City, NC

Norfolk, VA

Wilmington, NC

Goldsboro, NC

Salisbury, MD

Wilson, NC

Greenville, NC

Smithfield, NC

Hampton, VA

Tarboro, NC


  • Able to travel by Sep. 19, 2018

"Our safety-first commitment begins long before our customers reach our terminals or board our buses," said Todd Koch, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Greyhound Lines, Inc. "Proactively providing an alternative for our customers ahead of Hurricane Florence will not only help minimize delays and cancellations, but protect our customers from the potential risk of traveling during unsafe conditions."

Customers interested in rebooking their tickets can do so by contacting Greyhound's customer care team at 1-833-233-8507. 

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