Sin City lovers will have an easier time getting from Los Angeles to Las Vegas wih Greyhounds new service. The Associated Press reported that Greyhound announced its new non-stop bus service between the two major hubs and it starts on Wednesday Nov. 7.
The AP reported that Greyhound would be offering five trips that are roundtrip daily and seven trips on Friday and Saturday-prime time for Vegas antics. Fares are from $25 to $67.50 one way, and a number of limited tickets available for only $1. The Los Angeles Times reported that Southwest currently also has flights for $67 one way from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.
The AP reported that the route is from Greyhound Express which has reserved seating, extra legroom and free wifi on board. The Los Angeles Times reported Greyhound express to have premium leather seats and power outlets as well.
"They are separate from the standard Greyhound buses already making multi-stop trips between Los Angeles and Las Vegas with layovers in Barstow, Riverside and other cities," reported The Los Angeles Times.
Greyhound also announced in October that they would be expanding Greyhound Express to a number of new destinations. A Greyhound press release states, "Greyhound Express - the company's premium non-stop service between major cities - will expand to eight new markets on Oct. 31, connecting the Southeast to Southwest and the Midwest to the Northeast. New markets include Montgomery, Ala.; Mobile, Ala.; New Orleans; Baton Rouge, La.; Beaumont, Texas; Erie, Pa.; Buffalo, N.Y. and Oklahoma City, Okla. Greyhound Express, which launched less than two years ago, is available in nearly 80 markets and features the largest network of nearly 800 potential direct-service intercity pairs. "
Greyhound goes to more than 3,800 desitnations all over North America.