Trailways Announces New Service In The Western United States

Trailways, a North American network of independent motor coach operators, has announced the addition of new city-to-city service throughout the western United States.

“The daily departures will connect the millions of customers who have trusted Trailways to additional major American cities including Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Seattle, and 83 other unique destinations,” according to a press release.

“Travelers have trusted Trailways for nearly 100 years — and this summer, we’re excited to increase the number of destinations we offer by nearly 20%. With Trailways’ eco-friendly, premium, yet affordable travel options, there has never been a better time to see North America,” Alex Berardi, President of and, said.

“Trailways’ digital sales platforms will now offer new travel options across southern Utah, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Washington, and Wyoming through a new alliance with I-15 fan favorite Salt Lake Express. Customers will not only be able to purchase travel to or from the new destinations — but also to or from hundreds of existing locations across the United States and Canada. Popular U.S. routings include Boise to Reno and Las Vegas to Salt Lake City, as well as longer affordable pairings such as Seattle to Chicago and Spokane to Louisville,” the release added. “Customers making purchases on and can expect a seamless purchase experience following a multi-million-dollar investment in the digital sales platforms during the previous three years. Travelers will appreciate new modern conveniences not common to ground travel ticketing, such as multiple fare classes with refundable and changeable options as well as mobile ticketing and the Driven Rewards loyalty program.

“Trailways’ premium experience extends well beyond the purchase experience with 365-day-a-year stateside Customer Care support — available by phone or online to guide passengers through their journey.”

The announcement of the new service follows Trailways’ launch of a new international route in early April connecting Detroit, MI, to Toronto, Ontario.

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