According to the company, in partnership with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, the new stop enables customers to travel conveniently to locations such as Wichita, Denver, Topeka and more, while providing access to Greyhound’s extensive network of more than 3,000 destinations across the United States, Canada and Mexico.
“Greyhound’s inclusion into KCK will result in an additional mobility option for the residents of Wyandotte County,” said Unified Government Transit Director Justus Welker. “Greyhound offers an economical fare and convenient on-board amenities that result in convenient and comfortable travel. Greyhound will allow our residents the opportunity to explore destinations beyond the Kansas City Metro area.”
Greyhound will also make a stop at Kansas State University at the K-State Parking Garage, opening students to both short-haul and long-distance trips at a low cost. This option will allow students to visit friends, family as well as network and support sporting events in neighboring cities.
“At Greyhound, we take pride in connecting communities through transportation,” said Tim Parrish, regional vice president, Midwest region, Greyhound Lines, Inc. “We are thankful for the warm welcome this route has received and we are excited for new and loyal customers to take advantage of the benefits it will bring to the communities around it.”
Greyhound will make one trip west from Kansas City and one trip east from Salina each day, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 7:10 p.m. Customers can board Greyhound at 1101 Troost Ave. in Kansas City and 125 E Diamond Ave. in Salina.
To purchase tickets and discover additional stops and schedules, visit Greyhound.com or call 1-800-231-2222.