Travel with
Peace of Mind

Taking care of our customers and employees is our #1 priority. Our team will continue to work hard to make sure we are all staying safe together.



All passengers are required to wear a face covering while onboard our buses, and in Greyhound facilities. Effective August 14, 2020, aligning with CDC best practices, masks with valves or vents, bandanas which are unsecured under the chin, and plastic face shields (by themselves) will no longer be accepted as approved face coverings. Our employees are wearing approved masks in our terminals and our drivers are wearing masks on board while scanning tickets and interacting with customers. If you don’t have an approved face covering of your own, see how to make one here. The only exception to the face covering requirement is for customers younger than 2 years old. If you are unable to wear a face covering for any reason including a medical condition, we regret that you will not be able to travel on Greyhound at this time. This is for the safety of all passengers and Greyhound employees.

If you aren’t able to bring your own face covering or if yours is damaged in route, you can ask your driver or one of our other Greyhound team members for a mask and they will be glad to assist. Local laws may also require that you wear a face covering outside the facility in the city your trip begins, ends or where you transfer.


We understand that bus travel can make social distancing difficult. To help protect yourself and those around you when you travel, wear your face covering throughout the trip as required and sanitize your hands regularly.

Scheduled to travel but don’t feel 100%? We ask that you reschedule your trip to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you. Once you’re feeling better, we’ll be happy to welcome you onboard.

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On The Bus:

We're committed to making your bus trip safe and comfortable with our enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures, enhancing the cabin air quality, requiring customers to wear face coverings throughout the trip, encouraging physical distancing, and sanitizing your hands regularly while onboard. 

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Physical Distancing

  • We require customers to wear a face covering while onboard the bus
  • We are encouraging customers to use extra space to create physical distance from one another, where possible
  • You are separated from our driver’s area and equipment by a plexiglass shield while making announcements or operating the bus
  • Showing your E-Ticket or paper ticket on your phone also helps provide physical distance. Drivers are wearing masks while scanning tickets and interacting with customers

Cleanliness and Sanitization

  • We have increased the frequency of wipe-down cleaning of high touch areas onboard using a CDC recommended disinfectant
  • We now ozonate each of our buses. Ozonation is an advanced sanitation process that has been proven to kill viruses, including COVID-19
  • This is in addition to the deep cleaning and sanitization that occurs after each bus trip
  • A bus is removed from service and subjected to a complete decontamination process if we are notified by the CDC that a customer or employee is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms   

In the Terminal:

Physical Distancing

  • We are encouraging customers to remain six feet away from others whenever possible while in the terminal and while boarding the bus, where possible
  • Our teams have added six feet indicators in our company owned locations and agencies to help with the recommended social distance

Cleanliness and Sanitization

  • Our team members will be wearing masks for your safety as well as theirs
  • We have increased the frequency of disinfecting common surfaces (counters, kiosks etc.)
  • Sanitizers are more widely available for customers and employees


We understand you may have concerns about travel and we would like to ease your worries by offering two options for you if you wish to postpone your travel plans because of concerns related to coronavirus. These options are available if you:

  • Booked an Economy or Economy Extra fare for travel through January 31, 2021
  • Make the request at least 1 day prior to the scheduled departure date


We understand there are situations where you are currently unable to travel due to a site closure or a cancellation of an event. In these situations, we are offering the ability to cancel your trip without a fee and we’ll give you an eVoucher for the value of the ticket.  

Original Ticket:

  • Must be issued by Greyhound
  • Cannot have been paid with cash or with our Sezzle payment option


  • Request must be made online by completing the eVoucher request form
  • You will receive an email in 7-10 days containing the details of your eVoucher
  • Must be redeemed within one year of issue date
  • Can only be redeemed via our call center

Click here to request an eVoucher.



To help you book with peace of mind we are offering a one-time complimentary reissue so you can rebook and travel for a later date for free.

  • You are eligible for a one-time complimentary reissue to postpone travel and rebook for a later date
  • New travel must be completed within one year of the date the ticket was reissued
  • If you wish to postpone your trip to a later date, contact us at 1-800-231-2222 and our friendly customer care agents will be ready to assist

Our call center is open 7 days a week 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. CT



Taking care of our customers and employees is our #1 priority. Transporting you safely, providing information on our enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures, requiring employees and customers to wear face coverings, encouraging physical distancing in our terminals and onboard and providing flexibility for customers who want to reschedule their trip are a few of the ways we are committed to you and are going the extra mile for you during this unprecedented time.