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Greyhound partners with bus trip scheduling website

Posted on May 22, 2014

Greyhound and Greyhound Express travel options will now appear in bus scheduling website wanderu.com’s search results.

Wanderu’s newest partner adds service to 57 cities concentrated in the Northeastern U.S. and Canada, including many popular summer travel destinations.

Wanderu helps travelers plan door-to-door bus and rail travel by comparing fares and schedules side by side, finding transit and directions to the station, and booking the best trip at the best price.

“Greyhound’s partnership allows us to deliver more options, more frequency and better deals to more destinations — exactly what travelers already seek from Wanderu,” said Wanderu Founder/CEO Polina Raygorodskaya. “We launched Wanderu to make express city-to-city travel easier, and Greyhound is a key partner helping Wanderu grow as the simplest way to find and book bus and train travel across North America.”

Wanderu’s 25 transportation partners cover more than 80% of the east and west coasts of the U.S., linking major cities and remote college towns, according to the company.

The partnership will include Greyhound’s footprint of 3,800 cities across North America as Wanderu continues to expand its service.



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