Thanks to lower gas prices and eco-conscious updates, traveling cross-country by bus is not a thing of the past. It’s a scenic, affordable way to get just about anywhere with the right mix of national and regional bus lines.
The biggest player in the bus space: Greyhound. The national bus line has more than 3,800 destinations in North America, and it’s working to expand its Connect and Express services. The Connect option brings passengers to and from rural areas into major cities in 10 states.
Greyhound’s Express service is faster than regular routes, and often non-stop, connecting between big cities like New York, Washington DC, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, El Paso, and Los Angeles. Bonus: Greyhound’s Express buses have amenities like free Wi-Fi, power outlets, and leather reclining seats.
Regional bus lines can fill in the gaps on your travel map — and many offer $1 ticket promotions if you plan far enough in advance. Megabus serves the Midwest and Northeast, with more than 50 destinations. RedCoach serves 16 cities in the South. Jefferson Lines travel between 13 states in the heart of the country, from North Dakota to Texas.

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