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I used to have a similar situation with a different New York bus company (Short Line / Coach USA). I would travel from Ithaca to New York City. Some trips had a transfer in Binghamton and some did not; however, I was always issued two tickets: one from Ithaca to Binghamton and another from Binghamton to NYC. The reason in that case was that the tickets ...


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It actually is odd that the carrier chose to do this but it's quite simple though not very well explained on the Greyhound Website. When you look at New York Trailways(Purchase Tickets) site it becomes clear. Instead of one connection in Buffalo, you actually have 2 in Syracuse and Buffalo even though the bus schedule number/route number doesn't change in ...


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I don't know about Buffalo specifically, but with the exception of a few gigantic cities, bus stations are usually not large places. Often they are just one big room with a dozen or so places outside for buses to park. I can't imagine it will take you more than a few minutes to find your next bus and board. So the only risk is that your incoming bus might ...


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From Greyhound Australia's web page: Remember, with our Hop On Hop Off passes, you can get on and off as many times as you like, as long as you continue to travel in one direction. Each pass is valid for 6 months from date of purchase and 3 months once travel commences, so you have loads of time to experience the beauty of Australia! I suppose ...



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