The Greyhound Transportation Center is a state-of-the-art facility where Greyhound riders can arrive and depart to almost any point in the United States.
Founded in 1914, Greyhound Lines is an intercity common carrier of passengers by bus serving over 3,700 destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, operating under the well-known logo of a leaping dog called a greyhound.
The center opened in 2008 with an impressive, contempoary design made with handsome red brick. It features a 1,000-car parking garage and connects to the Amtrak train station.
Passengers will also find the office of the Travelers Aid Association inside. Begun in the 1880s, Travelers Aid is the oldest non-sectarian social welfare organization in the United States. They are committed to assisting individuals and families who are in transition, or crisis and are disconnected from their support systems.
The station is open 24-hours a day.
A key aspect of the station is a parking garage with space for 1,000 cars. Call for specific information.