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Greyhound presenta un nuevo servicio expreso en el Medio Oeste

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DALLAS – Greyhound today announced it will launch on Dec. 1 a new express service in the Midwest called Greyhound Express™.

DALLAS – Greyhound today announced it will launch on Dec. 1 a new express service in the Midwest called Greyhound Express™. Customers will experience faster trips with direct and one-stop service between Greyhound’s Chicago hub and Milwaukee, Madison, Wis., Minneapolis, Indianapolis and Lafayette, Ind. Fares start at $1 and are now available for purchase at www.mygreyhoundexpress.com. Greyhound Express will feature brand new buses with reserved seating and onboard amenities, including free Wi-Fi access, extra legroom and power outlets.

“Greyhound recognized the demand for a higher level of service between popular Midwest cities at an unbeatable price,” said Dave Leach, president and CEO, Greyhound. “Just in time for the holiday season, Greyhound Express customers will experience time- and cost-savings, a reserved comfortable seat and premium amenities, all while gaining convenient easy access to downtown centers and local attractions.”

Customers can buy their ticket online to take advantage of discount pricing, print their ticket at home and then go straight to the gate knowing a guaranteed seat is waiting for them. A private waiting area near the dedicated departure gates is provided at terminal locations, and a guest services specialist will present an extra level of service for Greyhound Express customers.

Greyhound Express will serve a mixture of terminal and curbside locations:

Chicago

630 W. Harrison St. (Jefferson St. & Des Plaines St.)

Located inside the Greyhound Terminal

Milwaukee

433 W. St. Paul Ave. (at 5th St.)

Located in the Milwaukee Intermodal Station

Madison, Wis.

636 W. Washington Ave.

Located curbside near Kelley’s Market, west of Bedford St.

Minneapolis

905 Hawthorne Ave. (10th Street & Hawthorne Ave.)

Located inside the Hawthorne Transportation Center

Indianápolis

105 N. Delaware St.

Located curbside at the IndyGo Stop, north of E. Market St.

Lafayette, Ind.

200 N. 2nd St.

Located curbside outside of the Amtrak station