Greyhound, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in North America, launched domestic service Wednesday in Mexico, the first U.S.-based intercity bus company to do so.
Greyhound will operate 13 departures per day connecting Monterrey to Nuevo Laredo and 10 departures per day linking Monterrey with stops in Texas via a Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo-Laredo-San Antonio-Austin-Dallas route.
Customers depart from newly built terminals in both Monterrey and Nuevo Laredo. The terminals have free WiFi and charging stations for electronic devices and free parking spaces for passengers being dropped off or picked up as well as long-term parking for customers.
Greyhound's new buses have safety features such as three-point seat belts, free on-board WiFi, power outlets, leather seats, guaranteed seating, extra legroom, footrests and onboard restrooms.
Promotional fares start at $1 (25 pesos) on a set number of seats per schedule until July 31. The promotional fares are available at www.greyhound.com. Customers also can buy tickets at the terminals.