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Greyhound's main Austin terminal is open 24 hours a day and is in central north Austin near the intersection of FM 2222 and I–35, a block or so from Highland Mall. There are frequent departures to Houston (the trip takes 3 to 3½ hours) and Dallas (averaging 3¾ hours) and many other cities large and small throughout Texas.

Megabus also offers service from Austin to Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, TX. If you’re looking to travel in style and luxury, check out Vonlane. A one way $100 fare will get you free food, drink, and Wi-Fi service.

Austin's public bus system has 19 local bus routes, 13 limited stop/flyer routes, eight express routes, and 20 University of Texas shuttle routes. All express buses offer free wireless Internet service and the entire fleet is clean and efficient. The CapMetro App is free to download.

Bus & Trolley Information

Capital Metro. Austin's public bus system, Capital Metro is part of a 500 square-mile Central Texas system of more than 3,000 bus stops and 53 routes. Austin is serviced by 19 local bus routes, 13 limited stop/flyer routes, eight express routes, and 20 University of Texas shuttle routes. All express buses offer free wireless Internet service. 2910 E. 5th St., East Austin, Austin, TX, 78702. 512/389–7400. www.capmetro.org.

Greyhound Bus Lines. Greyhound's main Austin terminal, which never closes, is in central north Austin near the intersection of FM 2222 and I–35, a block or so from Highland Mall. There are frequent departures to Houston (the trip takes 3 to 3½ hours) and Dallas (averaging 3¾ hours) and many other cities large and small throughout Texas. 916 E. Koenig La., North Austin, Austin, TX, 78751. 512/458–4463. www.greyhound.com.