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Search transit info in Iowa Iowa is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States, an area often referred to as the "American Heartland." Its name came from the Ioway people, an American Indian tribes that occupied the state. Iowa was a part of the French colony of New France. After the Louisiana Purchase, settlers laid the foundation for an agriculture-based economy in the heart of the Corn Belt. Iowa is often known as the "Food Capital of the World", but Iowa’s economy, culture, and landscape are diverse Iowa has been listed as one of the safest states in which to live. The capital of the "The Hawkeye State" is DesMoines Iowa has four primary interstate highways. Interstate 29 runs along the western edge of the state through Council Bluffs and Sioux City. Interstate 35 goes from the southern border to the northern border through the center of the state, including Des Moines. Interstate 74 begins at Interstate 80 just north and east of Davenport. Interstate 80 goes from the west end of the state to the east end through Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Iowa City, and the Quad Cities. Interstate 380 is an auxiliary Interstate Highway, which runs from Interstate 80 near Iowa City through Cedar Rapids ending in Waterloo and is part of the Avenue of the Saints highway.
Iowa Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
Ames Greyhound
KUM AND GO 4510 MORETENSEN RD Ames, IA 50010 - (call 515-232-2404)
Greyhound bus Station in Ames IOWA
Burlington Trailways
- (call 800-992-4618)
Citbus
2701 Ford Street Ames, Iowa 50010 - (call (515) 233-0286)
Transporting Central Iowa Since 1988 A small, family-run business, Central Iowa Transit, Inc. has been serving the Ames Community School District, the City of Ames and central Iowa since 1988. What started as dependable pupil transportation has since expanded into professional charter service, qualified fleet maintenance and the bus depot for nationwide carriers.
Cyride : City Bus For Ames Iowa
1700 University Blvd., Ames, IA 50010 - (call (515) 292-1100)
CyRide is the city bus system for Ames, Iowa. It is a collaboration between the city of Ames, Iowa State University, and ISU's Government of the Student Body
Desmoines Party Bus
1112, ames, IA 50010 - (call (877) 571-6864‎)
Greyhound Avoca
WINGS ANERICA TRVL CENTRE I-80 & HWY 59 EXIT 40 Avoca, IA 51521 - (call 712-343-4007)
Tickets are not sold at this location in Avoca, IA. You may get tickets by mail for trips departing from Avoca if you buy at least 10 mailing days in advance. Tickets by mail may be purchased through Ticket Center on Greyhound.com or by calling our Telephone Information Center at 1-800-231-2222.
Greyhound Bus Station In Iowa

List of Greyhound bus stations in Iowa
Hawkeyestages Inc
- (call 800-323-3368)
motorcoach charters, vacation packages, studenttravel
Jefferson Bus Line
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.
Jefferson Bus Line Ticket Agency
Kum And Go Ticket Agency 4510 Mortensen Rd, Ames, Iowa 50014 - (call (515) 232-9472)
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.
Midwest Coaches
1501 East Lincoln Way Ames, Iowa 50010 - (call 1-800-262-2005)
Our Motorcoaches are available with the following amenities: 47 - 55 Passenger Capacity Air Conditioning Cards & Tables Rest Rooms AM-FM Stereo PA Systems
Northlandtravel
- (call 877-776-1700)
charter motor coach service to planning for groups
Ottumwacoaches
- (call 641-682-8093)
transportation for Southern iowa & NorthernMissouri
Royal Charters Inc
- (call 866-548-4748)
charter bus company providing transportation & motorcoach tours
Urge Party Bus
- (call 515-966-4747)
offers party buses for any occasion in Des Moines & Central iowa
Windstarlines
- (call 712-792-4221)
luxury charter service throughout iowa, US &Canada
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)
Iowa Bus Related News
October 23 2014 - Jogger Hit by School Bus in West Des Moines
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — A woman out for a jog Wednesday morning was hit by a school bus. Witnesses say Courtney Schramm was in the crosswalk of Ashworth Road in West Des Moines, when a bus turned east onto Ashworth from Prairie View Drive. Schramm was knocked to the ground by the bus. She declined to be taken to the hospital. Ronald Smith, the driver of the school bus was cited with failure to ...
October 22 2014 - SUV collides with southeast Iowa school bus
No students were seriously injured in the accident.
October 17 2014 - Baby Turned Over at Des Moines Clinic Under Safe Haven Law
DES MOINES, Iowa — A newborn baby boy became the 21st child turned over to the state under the state’s Safe Haven law this morning. The child was brought to the Parks Area Family Clinic on East 14th Street in Des Moines. A man told workers at the clinic the baby had just been born at a bus stop. Before workers could ask any questions, the man had taken off. Police haven’t been able to confirm ...
October 17 2014 - Iowa City Police, Downtown District launch #ThankYouIowaCity campaign
IOWA CITY — Use the crosswalk; get a cupcake. Pick up some trash; get some frozen yogurt. The Iowa City Police Department and Iowa City Downtown District are teaming up to launch the #ThankYouIowaCity campaign. The endeavor, which kicks off Saturday, awards good behavior with cards that can be redeemed at participating businesses for treats or with the city for bus passes and free parking. David ...
October 15 2014 - 'Middle-Class First' bus tour stops at Iowa Capitol
Americans United for Change, a liberal activist group, pulled into Des Moines on Wednesday.                
October 15 2014 - Iowa minimum-security inmates move to lockup unit
Minimum-security inmates walk to a waiting bus outside the John Bennett Unit at the Iowa State Penitentiary Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 in Fort Madison, Iowa. The Iowa Department of Corrections has decided to close the 51-year-old John Bennett Unit and transfer more than 100 inmates to the remodeled Clinical Care Unit.
October 14 2014 - INDEPENDENT LENS : Bully (New Season Premiere)
Above: Morning bus route, Sioux City, Iowa. INDEPENDENT LENS features unforgettable stories about a unique individual, community or moment in history. The series is supported by interactive companion web sites and national publicity and community engagement campaigns.
October 14 2014 - Bus tour backs candidates who oppose 'anti-family policies'
Iowa social conservatives, expressing optimism about the Nov. 4 election, launched a statewide bus tour Monday to promote candidates opposed to same-sex marriage, abortion and other "anti-family policies."                
October 14 2014 - Vander Plaats predicts ‘wave’ election for conservatives
DES MOINES — Conservative leader Bob Vander Plaats said Monday that there will be a “wave” election that repudiates President Barack Obama’s “leftist” agenda and ushers in Republican majorities in the U.S. Senate and Iowa Senate. Vander Plaats made the prediction outside the Statehouse at the kickoff of the statewide “Standing for the American Family” bus tour. The tour is designed to energize ...
October 14 2014 - Students Get Flashy Ride to School
DES MOINES, Iowa — Students in one Des Moines school ditched the bus and the car pool lane for a little flashier ride to school Monday morning. As a part of last week’s fire safety week, kindergarten through third grade students at the new Grand View Christian School participated in a coloring contest. Winners got to ride to school Monday morning in a Delaware Township fire truck. They got to ...
October 09 2014 - Des Moines Start-Up ‘Bawte’ Wins $100k Investment from AOL Co-Founder
DES MOINES, Iowa — A Des Moines-based start-up is now $100,000 closer to success, thanks to an investment from AOL co-founder, Steve Case, as he passed through Des Moines Wednesday on his national bus tour. Bawte was founded by John Jackovin here in Des Moines. The company’s product is an app for mobile smartphones, designed to catalog the user’s purchases and provide links to online manuals ...
October 08 2014 - AOL Co-Founder Tours Des Moines Start-Ups
DES MOINES, Iowa – Much like a bar crawl, Steve Case’s “Start-Up Crawl”, as part of his “Rise of the Rest Bus Tour”, is taking him from one business to the next across the Midwest. “We’re trying to put a start-up on the map, but we’re really trying to put Central Iowa on the map,” he said. “And make sure the story around American entrepreneurship – which is not limited to California or New York ...
October 08 2014 - Livestock producers travel to Nebraska
Young livestock producers from across southern and central Iowa embarked on a two day bus trip to Nebraska sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach’s Beginning and Young Livestock Producers Network.
October 06 2014 - DART Offering Free Rides For a Week
DES MOINES, Iowa–Riding the bus this week just got easier, because it’s free. DART bus rides starting October 5th through October 11th will be free as part of “Try Transit Week.” The offer is good on DART local, express, flex and on-call services. DART has increased its technology including providing real-time bus location information and an online trip planner to make riders commute easier ...
October 04 2014 - Disabled Clinton man to run Chicago Marathon
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) - When Jeff Hobbs runs the Chicago Marathon in a couple of weeks, a bus full of fans from his hometown will be there to cheer him on. The 35-year-old Clinton man is a native of Coal City, Illinois. Family members, friends and other supporters ...
October 04 2014 - Sex abuse victim will lobby for Erin’s Law in Iowa
A sexual abuse survivor is lobbying to get a new law passed in Iowa to teach kids about blowing the whistle on child molesters. Erin Merryn is behind a nationwide campaign to require age appropriate sex abuse awareness in schools. Called Erin’s law, it requires age-appropriate sex abuse awareness in schools from pre-K through high […]
October 03 2014 - Public weighs in on how to improve Corridor travel
NORTH LIBERTY — Brady Dorman recently moved from Cedar Rapids, where he works, to Iowa City, where his wife works. So, both are familiar with the joys of commuting up and down the Corridor.  If Dorman, 27, had his way, a public transit bus would run him between the two communities. He'd save on fuel and could read or relax for the 35-minute commute. That was one piece of feedback Dorman had last ...
October 03 2014 - DART Looks into Rail-Like Service
DES MOINES, Iowa — DART plans on transforming one of its fastest growing routes into a Bus Rapid Transit Route, also known as a BRT. A BRT is more of a rail-like service where buses will have multiple stations along its routes. The BRT will also feature real-time departure signs. DART’s first BRT line will be on Route 60 which is the University/Ingersoll loop. It will have 45 small stations ...
October 30 2014 - Police: Citations issued after fight on party bus in Iowa City
Police issued multiple citations following a fight that broke out on a party bus in Iowa City.                
October 27 2014 - HIRTA board discusses bus driver shortage
The Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency’s board of directors is discussing ways to respond to a HIRTA bus driver shortage, which has adversely impacted transportation options for some disabled Ames residents.
October 27 2014 - Road closures will impact Iowa City buses
Iowa City buses will be detouring from Hawkins Drive near the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinic's main entrance as the result of a multiple-lane closure of Hawkins Drive between Melrose Avenue and Evashevski Drive.
 

 
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