Discover Greyhound

Take a virtual tour of our buses and stations.

Meet Greyhound Driver  Jason Futch

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Sharing the experience and making sure the Wi-Fi works

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Latest from our blog

Check out travel tips & stories on our blog. The Hound, where you'll find company news, updates, plus see what our staff has been up to.

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Greyhound timeline

Discover our history through an interactive timeline experience. We've been moving people all around America for over 100 years!

Discover Our History

Express buses Express trip

Look for our Greyhound Express service, marked with the ‘e’ logo. Our Express bus routes are faster and often non-stop. Express buses also have all the latest amenities on board – like free Wi-Fi, leather reclining seats, and power outlets, plus dedicated staff who help you at departure and arrival destinations.
Express doesn’t stop between cities (except for a quick break) so you can go from point A to point B with little to no stops along the way. How’s that for fast service?
Cities we serve: New York, Washington D.C., Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, El Paso, and Los Angeles.

Connect routes

This service operates shorter routes, connecting big cities to surrounding rural locations. It’s currently available in 10 states.

More About Connect

Bus charters

If there’s a busload of you traveling together, you can charter a private Greyhound bus just for your group.

Bus Charters Info

Package delivery

Did you know that Greyhound transports more than people? You can also send parcels and ship excess baggage through Greyhound Package Express.

Package Express

What We're Passionate About


kids get a free Greyhound ride home every year thanks to Home Free, a program set up by Greyhound to return runaways to their carers.

See all our initiatives Organizations we support

hours are dedicated to volunteering by Greyhound staff every year through the Helping Hound program, giving our time to worthwhile causes.

More about the Helping Hound Community Volunteering

grams of CO2 are produced by 50 cars, every single mile. Compared to just 85 grams for a Greyhound bus that fits 50 people.

Learn about our greener buses Going Green