GoBus — Rural Inter-City Bus Service
Serving: Athens, Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Marietta, Parkersburg, Van Wert, Wooster and communities in between.
All of our buses are wheelchair accessible. Buses also lower or “kneel” at stops making boarding and de-boarding easier.
Schedule is delayed between Wooster and Columbus this evening by about 90 minutes. Sorry for the Inconvienance.
We will run our regular schedules on Christmas and New Years Day, however our administrative office will be closed. (See post below for more information about our office closing).
The GoBus office will be closed for the holidays from Friday, December 23rd through Monday, December 26th and then from Friday, December 30th through Tuesday, January 3rd.
On these days, if need to reach us in an emergency or in regards to an urgent travel matter, you can call our toll free number (888-954-6287) and press 2 to be forwarded to our after hours call center.
Please be advised that in accordance with our refund/reissue/cancellation policy, you must contact us (by phone at 888-954-6287 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 24 hours in advance of your departure time AND during our office’s business hours (which are 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday, excepting the holiday closures listed above).
So, if you need to request a refund or reissue for a ticket with a travel date that falls on December 23rd through December 26th, you would need to contact us during business hours on Thursday, December 22nd at the latest for us to be able to perform the refund/reissue for you.
If you need to request a refund or reissue for a ticket with a travel date that falls on December 30th through January 3rd, you would need to contact us during business hours on Thursday, December 29th at the latest for us to be able to perform the refund/reissue for you.
Questions? Call us at 888-954-6287 or email us at email@example.com!
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