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Search transit info in Kentucky Kentucky is a state located in the East Central United States of America. Kentucky is known as the "Bluegrass State", a nickname based on the fact that native bluegrass is present in many of the pastures throughout the state, based on the fertile soil. It made possible the breeding of high-quality livestock, especially thoroughbred racing horses. It is a land with diverse environments and abundant resources, including the world's longest cave system, Mammoth Cave National Park; the greatest length of navigable waterways and streams in the Lower 48 states; and the two largest man-made lakes east of the Mississippi River Kentucky is served by five major interstate highways (I-75, I-71, I-64, I-65, I-24), nine parkways, and three bypasses and spurs. The parkways were originally toll roads, but on November 22, 2006, Governor Ernie Fletcher ended the toll charges on the William H. Natcher Parkway and the Audubon Parkway, the last two parkways in Kentucky to charge tolls for access.The related toll booths have been demolished. Ending the tolls some seven months ahead of schedule was generally agreed to have been a positive economic development for transportation in Kentucky. In June 2007, a law went into effect raising the speed limit on rural portions of Kentucky Interstates from 65 to 70 miles per hour (105 to 110 km/h). Greyhound provides bus service to most major towns in the state.
Kentucky Bus and Coach Companies and Stops
Bluegrass Tours
- (call 800-755-6956)
tours of Bluegrass Region for individuals, families,groups
Greyhound Bus Station In Kentucky

List of Greyhound bus stations in Kentucky
Miller Transportation Inc
- (call 800-544-2383)
Royal American Charter Lines
- (call 800-323-5281)
motorcoach charter services
Shockeytours Inc
- (call 800-633-4147)
motorcoach, airline, or cruise tours
United Coach & Tour
- (call 800-264-5043)
deluxe motorcoach charters & tours
Ventourus Ltd
- (call 800-932-9214)
charter bus company serving the Louisville & Lexington areas
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Kentucky Bus Related News
July 31 2014 - Smoke-free bus tour stops in Louisville to light-up support for smoking bans
The group is pushing for Kentucky legislators to pass a state-wide smoking ban during next year's session.
July 30 2014 - McConnell to campaign in eastern Kentucky
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Republican Rep. Hal Rogers will campaign with Sen. Mitch McConnell next week in eastern Kentucky. Rogers will join McConnell on a two day, 10 county bus tour Aug. 7 and 8 through Kentucky's coal country.
July 30 2014 - McConnell, Grimes campaigning in coal country
Republican Rep. Hal Rogers will join Senator McConnell on a 2-day, 10-county bus tour on Aug. 7 and 8 through eastern Kentucky. McConnell is running for re-election against Democrat challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in a race that has focused largely on coal-related issues.
July 29 2014 - Grimes opens Lexington office; says women will see her as 'future of Kentucky'
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes kicked off a bus tour to this weekend's annual Fancy Farm picnic by opening her Fayette County headquarters with a few hundred cheering supporters.
July 23 2014 - KSP’s Calloway training focuses on safety scenarios
The Calloway County High School parking lot was the scene of a bit of organized chaos this week as Kentucky State Police troopers trained many of the district’s bus drivers on active shooter preparedn
July 19 2014 - Yarmuth urges Congress to pass Highway Bill, Gas Tax
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Congressman John Yarmuth is using a smashed up bus to prove a point. On Friday, the congressman was in Louisville urging Congress to pass the Highway Bill and Gas Tax to help maintain Kentucky's roads and bridges. The crushed school bus was a prop, but transportation officials said the stakes are real. Yarmuth said one-third of Kentucky traffic fatalities are caused ...
July 15 2014 - Grant to reduce diesel emissions from school buses
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A western Kentucky school district has been awarded about $95,000 in funding to reduce diesel emissions from its school bus fleet.
July 14 2014 - Casey's bus spreads the word about heroin addition
Education and treatment for heroin addiction in the tri-state has come a long way in just the past year, but the parents of a Northern Kentucky man who died of an overdose say more needs to be done. Today marks the 10th anniversary of when Casey's law became effective in Kentucky. The law basically
July 14 2014 - Casey's bus spreads the word about heroin addiction
Education and treatment for heroin addiction in the tri-state has come a long way in just the past year, but the parents of a Northern Kentucky man who died of an overdose say more needs to be done. Today marks the 10th anniversary of when Casey's law became effective in Kentucky. The law basically
July 12 2014 - Graves Co. pre-schoolers' parents must attend upcoming meeting for student to ride school bus
Parents of Graves County, Kentucky pre-school students who will ride the bus to and from school are required to attend one of four upcoming meetings.
June 21 2014 - Ocala man riding granddaughter's gift mule to Wyoming
A Florida man who is riding a mule across the country to keep a promise to his granddaughter is getting help from an Iowa rancher.   Randy Tucker, of Ocala, Florida, bought the mule for his 9-year-old granddaughter, but a truck taking it to her home in Dubois, Wyoming, broke down in Paducah, Kentucky, leaving the mule in a shelter.   Tucker decided to take a bus to Paducah, then begin a slow ...
June 17 2014 - WKYT Investigates: Concerns over safety of I-64 bridge
A Frankfort mother says an I-64 bridge is too dangerous for her children's bus to pass under, but the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says looks can be deceiving.
June 16 2014 - Dump the Pump: Local bus services free Thursday
The bus services in Richmond, Berea and Winchester operated by the Kentucky River Foothills Development Council will charge no fares Thursday. The free rides will be offered in observance of National Dump the Pump Day, according Bryan Basford, KRFDC’s transportation director.
June 04 2014 - State police searching Scott County park for evidence in high-profile murder case
Kentucky State Police and Lexington fire crews are scouring a Scott County creek, searching for evidence in the murder of a retired bus driver.
June 03 2014 - Kentucky editorial roundup
Recent editorials from Kentucky newspapers: ____ June 3 The Gleaner, Henderson, Kentucky, on the walking bus: If this were the 1950s or earlier, this latest development in transporting kids to school would be regarded as a huge joke - walking. This being the 20-teens, ...
May 27 2014 - According to deputies, a Pulaski County school bus was involved in an accident Monday afternoon, on
According to the Fayette County Coroner, a woman died during a four-wheeling accident in Morehead early Sunday morning. Video The attorney of Kentucky's longest-serving death row inmate said his client is mentally challenged and should not face the death penalty.
May 23 2014 - SEC Baseball Tournament 2014: Day 4 Schedule and Bracket Predictions
Day 3 of the SEC baseball tournament actually leaked into Day 4 thanks to the back-and-forth extra-inning thriller between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Not only did the Bulldogs lose in heartbreaking fashion, but they have to turn right back around and play all over again Friday against the top-seeded Florida Gators. Hope they plan on napping on the bus on the way ...
May 20 2014 - Bevin, McConnell and Grimes search for votes in final hours of primary campaigns
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Matt Bevin, his opponent in Tuesday's Republican primary election, took to the skies of Kentucky Monday as Democratic hopeful Alison Lundergan Grimes wrapped up a 50-county bus tour — all in a last-minute search for voters.
May 18 2014 - Grimes Hits South Central Kentucky on Jobs Bus Tour
Grimes talked to a crowd there about multiple issues including raising the minimum wage.
May 18 2014 - Kentucky inventors hope drone robotics business takes off
The hope is that police and fire departments will benefit the most.
May 18 2014 - Grimes stops in Maysville on bus tour
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes was at the Limestone Center in Maysville on Sunday, as a part of her 10-day, 50-county bus tour across Kentucky.
 

 
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