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Greyhound

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Greyhound is a national bus operator. In some regions, transit agencies are not interconnected and Greyhound (and Amtrak to some extent) is the only mode connecting these cities. In rural areas, some transit agencies provide connecting bus service from various communities to Greyhound bus stops located in larger cities. States that don't have Greyhound directly operated service have other bus companies that partner with Greyhound.


Greyhound web site

Depots

Some of the Greyhound terminals are located at or adjacent to major transit centers. Others are located a few blocks away.

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