Uh, where the hell are you?
Greyhound lets you search.How much is bus fare these days anyways? I haven't taken a bus in ages but I've been thinking about taking it to work a few days a week when I don't have to drop the kiddos off at daycare first.
Most city bus systems have websites with maps, schedules, and fares. You'll really want to study the system before just hopping on a bus. (So, you know how to get back from your destination). About 5 years ago, my northern VA suburb to D.C. (Pentagon-area) commute was almost $10 round-trip during rush-hours depending on the mix of bus and subway train that I took. Be aware that city buses often have variable schedules skewed towards rush hours and week-day service. Make sure you have small bills and change. I'd figure on anything from $1 to $3 as a typical busfare.How much is bus fare these days anyways? I haven't taken a bus in ages but I've been thinking about taking it to work a few days a week when I don't have to drop the kiddos off at daycare first.
:2thumb: Nice to see a fellow WashingtonianWhen I worked in Seattle my employer gave me a Metro pass.
Sounder train and all the buses were free.
Beat paying $150 a month parking.
In downtown Seattle it is free to ride the bus for everyone.
Trying to boost shopping.
I moved to the dry side of the state and now my commute is 3.5 miles.
I haven't even seen a bus in months.