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Everything you need to know about bringing stuff on the bus:
- Baggage weight allowances
- What to do if there's a problem
- What you can and can’t bring with you
- Baggage storage
Canada & Mexico travel
Make sure you know the rules and have the right documents when crossing the U.S. border.
The types of documents you will need depend on your nationality, and the country you’re traveling into.
Kids traveling (under 17)
Keeping younger passengers safe is a big deal for us, and government authorities too. You’ll find more info on:
- Kids traveling alone
- Kids traveling without both parents
- Parent or guardian consent forms
Where's My Bus?
Track it with BusTracker
BusTracker is simple and easy to use. It lets you know where your bus is with live updates and information that allows you to better plan the remainder of your trip. BusTracker is also ideal for anyone picking up a friend or family member at the terminal.
Find your bus by schedule number, departure city or arrival city and get live status updates showing your bus' progress. The status update will indicate if your bus is on time, early or delayed and give an approximate arrival time.
No more guessing or wondering, now you can use your time wisely and plan ahead.
How much stuff can I bring?
Our standard baggage allowance
You are allowed to travel with four pieces baggage — your carry-on baggage and up to three checked items (the first one is free).
Before you travel, make sure you check all the rules, especially if you have a connection with another bus company.
Travel tip Bring a blanket
What's too hot for one, is freezing for someone else. So a blanket is possibly the best temperature control tool there is.