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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
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Iowa Bus Related News
April 14 2015 - Soil Involved In Tour Bus Accident
Soil frontman Ryan McCombs revealed on Facebook that the band was involved in a tour bus accident following their show in Des Moines, Iowa on Sunday
April 14 2015 - Chelsea mingles with foodies while Hillary eats Chipotle in Iowa
While Hillary Clinton is busy on the campaign trail, Chelsea attended the Edible Schoolyard NYC benefit Monday night on Wall Street.
April 14 2015 - Rockers Soil Escape Injury In Terrifying Tour Bus Crash
Rockers Soil Narrowly Escaped Serious Injury When They Were Involved In A Terrifying Tour Bus Crash In Iowa In The Early Hours Of Monday Morning (13apr15).
April 13 2015 - United Action for Youth selling Iowa City houses to Wisconsin-based company
IOWA CITY — United Action for Youth’s board of directors has entered into an agreement to sell the organization’s two houses in the 400 block of Iowa Avenue to Court Street Apartments, a Madison, Wis.-based company. The purchase agreement provides UAY with funding to find a new home for its counseling and therapy programs, teen parent support program and transitional learning office space, said ...
April 11 2015 - Megabus hoping to employ Iowa veterans
Megabus is reporting a shortage in drivers and is reaching out to Iowa veterans for employment.
April 03 2015 - MuscaBus riders say they value city service
MUSCATINE, Iowa — On the eve of the city's decision to move forward with a fare increase to the city's MuscaBus system, local bus riders said they'll still use the service even with the proposed increase.
April 02 2015 - Senator Warren to push Hillary Clinton to raise the populist plate in presidential campaign
Warren's backers are already fanning out in the early-voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire to push Clinton to shift toward economic populism and away from the pro-business policies.
April 02 2015 - MuscaBus increase approved
MUSCATINE, Iowa — The MuscaBus transit system's first rate increase since 2003 will take effect July 1 after unanimous approval Thursday evening by the Muscatine City Council.
April 01 2015 - GOP's Ted Cruz calls religious liberty a defining issue
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz says concern about religious freedom, awakened in the debate over a new Indiana law, could unite conservative Republicans and rally some Democrats to the GOP in 2016. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a law giving heightened protections to businesses that object on religious grounds to providing certain services. Cruz suggested that he, in the field of ...
March 26 2015 - Wi-Fi on buses wave of the future or of the past?
IOWA CITY — Free Wi-Fi on public transit is becoming a more prevalent amenity nationwide. But some agencies are rethinking whether it is necessary, especially given the potential growing cost to city transit programs. The theory is riders can click away on their laptop or tablet — browsing the web, sending email or getting some work done — during their bus trip. “It's convenient, and I don't ...
March 25 2015 - Oskaloosa Students Form ‘Walking School Bus’ for Healthier Life
OSKALOOSA, Iowa — As a part of the Iowa Blue Zones Project, school students in Oskaloosa are being encouraged to form “Walking School Buses.” That means instead of riding the bus, one day a week students will walk together to school. The program began last fall for elementary students and middle school students. It ended in the bitter cold winter, but resumed again for the spring on Wednesday ...
March 25 2015 - Treynor Middle School honors brave students Wednesday
A special day was had in Treynor, Iowa, as parents and students looked back on a bus accident earlier this month. Law enforcement said the accident was one of the scariest calls in recent memory.
March 25 2015 - Iowa QB Jake Rudock permitted to transfer with “no strings attached”
Jake Rudock‘s future at Iowa – or, more accurately, lack thereof – became apparent in January when the Hawkeyes released a depth chart with C.J. Beathard in the all-important QB1 spot. On Wednesday, head coach Kirk Ferentz all but gave him his bus ticket out of town, allowing the senior-to-be to transfer with “no strings attached.” “He’s exploring some…
March 25 2015 - Iowa City keeps discretionary busing for now
IOWA CITY — Discretionary busing has not reached its stop just yet. School Board members voted unanimously Tuesday night to maintain discretionary busing in the Iowa City Community School District until criteria are developed to determine which routes can safely be eliminated. “We’ve tried to do this in the past and it’s not a simple exercise, so I would think it would be a multi-month process ...
March 23 2015 - Iowa All Over: Gladbrook changing, evolving with the times
A lot has changed over the years in Gladbrook. Businesses have come and gone. Others have changed hands. A school building recently closed as a result of financial constraints and declining...
March 22 2015 - School board chief proposes alternate bus area cuts
The proposal calls for Iowa City schools to keep 13 discretionary areas, cut 51.                
March 21 2015 - Bus engulfed in flames starts catching nearby vehicle on fire in Clinton, Iowa
Fire coming from an old school bus in Clinton, Iowa began to catch a nearby vehicle on fire before firefighters arrived. When firefighters got to the scene in the 200 block of 18th Place after 5 p.m., they saw an old school bus parked in the yard that was on fire, according to a statement […]
March 20 2015 - March Madness Day One: Buzzer beaters and bracket busters
There were five games decided by one point, and dramatic upsets of third seeds Iowa State out of the South region, and Baylor in the West. With their buzzer-beating 57-56 win over the heavily favored Baylor Bears made possible by Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter’s son R.J. sinking a three-ball launched nearly from half court, the Panthers' coach, who because of an injury was seated on a stool ...
March 18 2015 - Bus tickets to UAB vs Iowa State game available, alumni society to host watch party
The Blazers basketball team takes on Iowa State on Thursday in Louisville, KY, and UAB students have a chance to go watch the game in person.
March 17 2015 - Neighboring NE Iowa school districts spike busing agreements
RICEVILLE | For more years than residents can remember, Riceville and Howard-Winneshiek school districts had an agreement that allowed their buses to travel up to 2 miles into each other's district to collect students.
March 17 2015 - Bus tickets to UAB vs Iowa State game available for UAB students
The Blazers basketball team takes on Iowa State on Thursday in Louisville, KY, and UAB students have a chance to go watch the game in person.
 

 
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