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Search transit info in Indiana Indiana is a U.S. state, the 19th admitted to the Union. It is located in the Great Lakes region, and has got approximately 6.3 million residents, Indiana is ranked 38th in land area, and is the smallest state in the continental US west of the Appalachian Mountains. Its capital and largest city is Indianapolis, the largest of any state capital east of the Mississippi River.Residents of "the land of Indians" are known as Hoosiers, but the origin of the term is unknown. The major U.S. Interstate highways in Indiana are I-64, I-164, I-65, I-265, I-465, I-865, I-69, I-469, I-70, I-74, I-80, I-90, I-94 and I-275. The various highways intersecting in and around Indianapolis, along with its historical status as a major railroad hub, and the canals that once crossed Indiana, are the source of the state's motto, the Crossroads of America. There are also many state highways maintained by the Indiana Department of Transportation. These are numbered according to the same convention as U.S. Highways
Indiana Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
American Heritage

Indiana's premiere luxury charter bus company offers exceptional service and value with our late-model touring coaches. We specialize in group transportation for your church, school or organization. Let us take you across town or across the country!
Autobuses Adam Ltd
1142 S Mickley Ave Indianapolis, IN 46241 - (call 317-248-1036)
B&w Charters
- (call 269-345-4222)
Bloomington Shuttle

charter bus, limo, sedan, airport shuttle services
Cavallo Bus Line
4515 Stout Field South Dr. Indianapolis IN 46241 - (call 866-440-4287)
For two generations, pleasing our passengers has been our daily goal at Cavallo Bus Lines. We remain a family-owned, hands-on company, selecting the best available equipment and maintaining it in peak condition. Our goal is to make traveling in a Cavallo coach as pleasurable as possible. As president of Cavallo Bus Lines, I remain committed to customer satisfaction.
Coach Potato

offers luxury motor coaches
Coach Usa
- (call (773) 254-6400)
Greater Lafayette City Bus
CityBus P.O. Box 588 Lafayette, IN 47902-0588 - (call 742-RIDE (765-742-7433))
CityBus is the operating name for Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation (GLPTC), a municipal corporation established in 1971. As a division of local government, CityBus is lead by a Board of Directors, whose members are appointed by the mayors and city councils of Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana.
Greyhound Anderson
CLARION HOTEL 5920 SCATTERFIELD RD Anderson, IN 46013 - (call 1-800-231-2222.)
Tickets Not Sold At This Location Tickets are not sold at this location in Anderson, IN. You may get tickets by mail for trips departing from Anderson if you buy at least 10 mailing days in advance.
Greyhound Bloomington
MILLER TRAILWAYS BUS ST 217 W 6TH ST Bloomington, IN 47403 - (call 812-334-8294)
Blomington Indiana : Hours of operation subject to change. Please call to verify hours before making travel arrangements.
Greyhound Bus Station In Indiana

List of Greyhound bus stations in Indiana
Greyhound Edinburgh
Address 1025A HOSP RD Edinburgh, IN 46124 - (call 800-544-2383)
Greyhound Edinburgh website
Greyhound Elkhart
Address ELKHART GREYHOUND STA 26084 COUNTY RD 6 EAST Elkhart, IN 46514 - (call 574-262-4406)
Greyhound Elkhart website
Greyhound Evansville
EVANSVILLE GREYHOUND STA 119 NW 6TH ST Evansville, IN 47708 - (call 812-425-0309)
Greyhound Evansville website
Greyhound Fort Wayne
FT WAYNE GREYHOUND STA 929 S LAFAYETTE ST Ft Wayne, IN 46802 - (call 260-423-9525)
Greyhound Fort Wayne website
Greyhound Gary
GARY GREYHOUND STA 100 W 4TH AVE Gary, IN 46402 - (call 219-886-3041)
Gary
Greyhound Hammond
HAMMOND GREYHOUND STA 3600 CALUMET Hammond, IN 46327 - (call 219-933-6700)
Hammond Greyhound bus station
Greyhound Kokomo
MILLER TRAILWAYS BUS ST 1244 GANO ST E Kokomo, IN 46901 - (call 502-368-5644)
Kokomo indiana Greyhound train station
Greyhound Marion Indiana
MARION FOOD & SNACKS 6225 E S R 18 Marion, IN 46952 - (call 765-664-3935)
Greyhound bus Station in Marion Indiana
Greyhound Muncie
MILLER TRAILWAYS BUS ST 113 W MAIN ST Muncie, IN 47305 - (call Main: 800-544-2383)
Greyhound bus station of the city of Muncie Indiana
Jefferson Bus Line Anderson
2100 E. 26th St. (Corporate Address) Minneapolis, MN 55404 - (call 612-359-3400)
Jefferson Lines provides bus transportation services to people and various business entities throughout the country's Heartland. We offer an array of services, such as scheduled intercity passenger, package express service, chartered bus service and escorted tours to destinations throughout North America.
Lafayette Greyhound
200 N 2ND ST Lafayette (e), IN 47901
schedules of Lafayette Indiana Greyhound bus ticket
Lafayette Limo
2525 Klondike Rd West Lafayette, IN 47906 - (call (765) 497-3828)
Serving the Greater Lafayette Indiana Area Indianapolis Airport Shuttle
Muncie Indiana Transit System
MITS 1300 E Seymour St Muncie IN 47302 - (call (765)289-MITS (289-6487))
Muncie Indiana Transit System (MITS) is the local bus service for Muncie, Indiana. MITS has 14 routes that originate in downtown Muncie and branch out approximately 4 miles in all directions. Some routes add buses during school hours to aid in shuttling of children. On-demand buses (MITSPlus) are available by request for disabled individuals who cannot utilize the mass-transit buses.
Princeton Greyhound
MILLER TRAILWAYS BUS ST 820 S MAIN ST Princeton, IN 47670 - (call 800-544-2383)
greyhound bus station in the city of Princeton Indiana
Public Transportation Marion
520 East 6yh street, Marion Indiana, 46953 - (call 756-668-4405)
Bus, public transportation of the city of Marion Indiana
Royal American Charter Lines
- (call 800-323-5281)
Why Free Enterprise Since 1976 The Free Enterprise System has been providing unparalleled transportation services to thousands of customers in the Midwest and transporting them across North America.
Royal Excursion

Royal Excursion travels wherever you want to go. We cover Northern and Central Indiana, Southern Michigan, and Chicagoland areas. We are licensed to travel across the United States and Canada. Please be sure to tell us every detail to ensure the best possible service.
South Bend Greyhound
SOUTH BEND REGIONAL ARPT 4671 PROGRESS DR South Bend, IN 46628 - (call 574-287-6542)
greyhound bus station in the city of south bend Indiana
Terre Haute Greyhound
TERRE HAUTE GREYHOUND STA 234 IDAHO Terre Haute, IN 47807 - (call 812-232-4555)
Greyhound bus station in the city of Terre Haute Indiana
Terre Haute Transit Utility
Terre Haute Transit 901 S. 14th Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 - (call (812) 235-0109)
Terre Haute is a city in Vigo County, Indiana near the state's western border with Illinois. The city is the county seat of Vigo County and the self-proclaimed capital of the Wabash Valley. The federal death row is in Terre Haute at the Terre Haute Federal Correctional Complex. The main bus facilities are the Terre Haute Transit Utility which provides bus service via seven day and three evening routes throughout the city and Greyhound which gives you an intercity bus service (St.Louis—Indianapolis).
The Regional Bus Authority (rba)

The Regional Bus Authority (RBA) evolved out of its predecessor, the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA). The legislation which enabled the creation of the Lake County Regional Transportation Authority was passed by the Indiana General Assembly 25 years ago.
Transpo South Bend
901 East Northside Blvd., South Bend, IN 46617 - (call 574.233.2131)
Whether your journey is for work, school, shopping, or another adventure, TRANSPO can be the key to your city. TRANSPO is also the key to your environment. Sharing a ride helps you do your part to conserve energy and reduce emissions. Check out our extensive route system to get you just about anywhere you want to go in South Bend and Mishawaka
Bus Station Blog Articles
Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
Indiana Bus Related News
February 27 2015 - Quality of life study will focus on Indy’s southside
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 29, 2015) – A guided bus tour highlighted the potential opportunity and challenges on the Southside of Indianapolis. Neighborhood stakeholders sat next to investors as the bus made its way through the Gateway South business district and neighborhoods like University Heights. “It was great because this is what we’ve been trying to […]
February 25 2015 - Winter precipitation could hamper commute across South
Winter weather has been a problem for the trucking industry recently as storm after storm crossed the U.S. Owner-operator Robert Graves of Trailer Transit snapped this photo of a pile up Saturday at mile marker 116 on Interstate 70 in Indiana.
February 20 2015 - Business is popping for Indiana popcorn farmers
The Hoosier state is is regarded as the nation's second-largest popcorn producer, behind Nebraska. Despite 2014's abnormally wet spring, a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Indiana popcorn farmers produced a record 432 million pounds of popcorn, while also setting a record per-acre yield for the crop.
February 20 2015 - House committee OKs speed cameras for work zones
INDIANAPOLIS | State Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, won committee approval Wednesday for his legislation authorizing cameras to enforce speed limits in work zones and photograph motorists driving around stopped school buses.
February 16 2015 - Mass transit group urges Ind. to up funding
A coalition of bus agencies and mass transit supporters are urging state lawmakers to boost funding for mass transit in Indiana's next 2-year budget.
February 16 2015 - Indiana community bus services fear cuts
INDIANAPOLIS — Since the state capped spending on public transportation six years ago, Catch-A-Ride in rural southeast Indiana has scrambled to keep up service for elderly, disabled and car-less passengers who have no other way to get around.
February 15 2015 - Mass transit coalition urges lawmakers to hike state funding
A coalition of bus agencies and mass transit supporters are urging state lawmakers to boost funding for mass transit in Indiana's next 2-year budget.
February 11 2015 - Indiana bus service for disabled, elderly faces funding woes
A shuttle bus service that disabled and elderly residents in a cash-strapped southwestern Indiana county have relied on for nearly a decade is facing an uncertain future.
February 11 2015 - CTfastrak buys 48 Indianapolis hybrid buses
The Connecticut Department of Transportation has purchased 48 hybrid diesel-electric buses from an Indianapolis firm to run along the new CTfastrak route when it opens in late March.
February 10 2015 - Bus drivers across Indiana asked to return thousands in jobless benefits
Hundreds of school bus drivers and head start teachers are being asked to pay back thousands of dollars in jobless benefits they thought they had earned.
February 10 2015 - Drone technology encounters controversy and opportunity
Eyewitness News found Indiana businesses and college students counting on drones to be legally flying into our everyday lives.
February 05 2015 - Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press
U.S. marshals and police in northwest Georgia are searching for an inmate they say overpowered a guard on a bus transporting prisoners from Florida to Indiana. Authorities say the prisoner fought with a guard and escaped...
February 05 2015 - Search on for prisoner who escaped from inmate transport van
U.S. marshals and police in northwest Georgia are searching for an inmate they say overpowered a guard on a bus that was transporting prisoners from Florida to Indiana.
February 04 2015 - Kravitz: For the Paganos, it's about faith, family and football - lots of football
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano will have his own cheering section back home in Colorado Sunday, where football is the family business.
February 03 2015 - Connecticut selects Allison Hybrid-equipped buses for new rapid transit system
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. (ALSN) today announced that Connecticut has selected Allison Hybrid-equipped buses for the state's new bus-only expressway system, CTfastrak. "As a company, we're certainly proud to be part of Connecticut's new bus rapid transit program," said Michael G. Headly, senior vice president of global marketing, sales and ...
February 02 2015 - Campaign Launches To Increase Public Transit Funding
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- Citilink's advocacy partner, Indiana Citizen's Alliance for Public Transit (ICAT), has launched a campaign to increase the state's public transportation funding.
February 02 2015 - I-69 construction means longer drives for school buses
(AP) — Ongoing construction on the Interstate 69 extension near Bloomington is causing headaches for some local school bus drivers dealing with long detours. [...] he said the detours aren't likely costing the school district much because a few more minutes on the road doesn't usually make a difference in pay for hourly drivers. The Indiana Department of Transportation is working on an ...
January 30 2015 - Would Putting Seatbelts on School Buses Save Children’s Lives?
Every day, nearly half a million school buses hit the road – taking 25 million children to school. Michael Watkins was 9 years old when the school bus he was riding on the way to his Indiana charter school crashed into a bridge in March 2012. On average, five children die in school bus crashes each year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Watkins’ mother ...
January 30 2015 - Funding Could Be Cut for Indiana Public Transportation
Supporters are pushing for an increase in public transit funding while the 2016-2017 state budget could cut funding.
January 29 2015 - SLIDESHOW: Crystal meth from Mexico making its way into Indiana
Police say even though the numbers are lower than 2013, Indiana is on track to have the most meth lab busts in the country in 2014. 
January 28 2015 - Greg Monroe Goes Silent Rather Than Throw Josh Smith Under The Bus
The Pistons have gone 10-2 since cutting Josh Smith, including last night's win over the Indiana Pacers that featured a last second tip-in by Andre Drummond. One of the players to benefit most from Smith's absence is Greg Monroe, who has more time to work in the post now that defenses can't double him and dare Smith (who shot 24% from three for the Pistons this season) to clank from deep. After ...
 

 
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