Framingham commuter passengers – important travel information

Peter Pan and Greyhound Relocate Washington, D.C. Service to historic Union Station


Video courtesy of Dan Ronan of the American Bus Association (ABA) – Motorcoach Travel News segment

The move to Union Station provides customers with greater connectivity to other modes of transportation and improved access to Express, the companies’ premium non-stop service introduced to Washington, D.C., nearly two years ago.

Peter Pan and Greyhound Express service offers passengers modern amenities – including free Wi-Fi, power outlets, comfortable seats, reserved seating and legroom. “We are pleased with the move to Union Station due to its convenient location that is easily accessible to our passengers who travel throughout the Northeast. Bus travel has never been more comfortable and customer friendly,” said Peter Picknelly, CEO and chairman of Peter Pan Bus Lines.

From Union Station, Express will connect Washington, D.C. customers to 17 markets: Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Fayetteville, Ft. Lauderdale, Hampton, Jacksonville, Miami, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Richmond, Savannah and Tampa.

Express, which has rapidly expanded to more than 70 markets in just two years, provides non-stop service between major cities, originating from hubs including Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and Calgary, Alberta. From these hubs and other Express markets, customers can easily connect to an established network of more than 3,800 destinations throughout North America.

For additional info on how to access bus deck from Union Station, click here.