Greyhound Canada

Mode of Transportation: Bus

Contact Information

Web Site:
Greyhound Canada
Telephone Number:
1-800-661-TRIP (8747)
E-mail:
canada.info@greyhound.ca

Description of Services Provided

Greyhound offers the following services to special needs passengers presenting a valid disabled status identification card:

  • accessible buses;
  • pre-selection of seating;
  • adult attendants ride free;
  • service animals ride free.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Special needs passengers pay regular fares;
  • Attendants are responsible for assisting special needs passengers on and off the bus;
  • Service animals must be accompanied by valid service animal identification cards;
  • Persons in wheelchairs should call 1-800-661-TRIP (8747) as early as possible or at least 48 to 72 hours in advance to check for the availability of an accessible bus.

Locations Serviced

  • Abbotsford (British Columbia)
  • Barrie (Ontario)
  • Belleville (Ontario)
  • Brantford (Ontario)
  • Calgary (Alberta)
  • Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
  • Edmonton (Alberta)
  • Gatineau (Quebec)
  • Guelph (Ontario)
  • Halifax (Nova Scotia)
  • Hamilton (Ontario)
  • Kelowna (British Columbia)
  • Kingston (Ontario)
  • Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario)
  • London (Ontario)
  • Montreal (Quebec)
  • Oshawa (Ontario)
  • Ottawa (Ontario)
  • Peterborough (Ontario)
  • Quebec City (Quebec)
  • Regina (Saskatchewan)
  • Saskatoon (Saskatchewan)
  • Sudbury (Ontario)
  • Sydney (Nova Scotia)
  • Thunder Bay (Ontario)
  • Toronto (Ontario)
  • Vancouver (British Columbia)
  • Victoria (British Columbia)
  • Whitehorse (Yukon )
  • Windsor (Ontario)
  • Winnipeg (Manitoba)
  • Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Other Locations Serviced

Greyhound travels to nearly 1,100 towns and cities in Canada, and through interline agreements with other bus companies in parts of Canada and in the United States. It reaches virtually every corner of North America.

Date Modified:
2013-07-17