Greyhound Lines Expands Priority Seating

  • December 17, 2007
It's not exactly first-class travel, but it's better than sitting next to the bathroom. Greyhound Lines is expanding a priority seating program to more than 30 major cities across the United States.

The program allows passengers who pay $5 extra to reserve a specific seat on select departures. The Christmas holidays are Greyhound's second-busiest time of the year.

Customers purchasing tickets through can reserve a seat at the ticket counter in their departure terminals. A list of all eligible cities and schedules can be found at by clicking on the "Priority Seating" banner.

--Karl Greenberg

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