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Flixbus is a express intercity bus carrier with multiple markets in the United States. Reservation and ticketing is done online via web site or mobile app.

Flixbus purchased Greyhound in 2021. Both companies share the same schedule & reservation system but remain operated as separate brands. Some of the routes that had duplicate service between Flixbus and Greyhound have been reduced to either exclusively Flixbus or Greyhound. In some cities, both brands share stops but in other cities, they have separate stops.

Flixbus also include other independent carriers that operate on their own brands in its schedule & reservation system.

Company web site


Flixbus typically has curbside stops with few or no amenities. Some stops are shared with local transit systems or Greyhound.

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