Just like with airlines you agreed to a Contract of Carriage when you purchased your ticket with Greyhound including these phrases making clear what you are buying:
Carrier is not responsible for delays caused by breakdowns, road conditions, weather or other conditions beyond carrier’s reasonable control. [...]
In no event shall carrier be liable for ...
I rode bicycles for 10 years earlier in my life as my primary mode of transportation a long while ago, and pedestrians always have the right of way over any other conveyance.
And, the purpose is that... any other kind of conveyance could cause more damage. A bike rider, a skate boarder, a car, a motorcycle.. all of those things are potentially moving faster ...
Generally speaking, bicycles are classed as vehicles. And generally, vehicles must yield to pedestrians doing normal pedestrian things that they are entitled to do, like use a bus stop. So the pecking order is
Boats > Trains > Pedestrians > Bicycles > Motor Vehicles
Drawbridges know large boats are coming, and have plenty of time to signal trains to get ...
Being a cyclist as well as a bus user, I always expect the user of the other mode of traffic to not be aware of what is going on at the street.
Where the bus stop is right at the bike lane, so the people step out of the bus in front of the cyclists, you have to slow down when there is a bus there and stop before the doors open, as the people will need to ...
German traffic code gives transit passengers special priority, all traffic including bicycles may only pass the vehicle on the right at a walking pace and need to yield to passengers alighting or embarking.
(From a detailed explanation this website [in German].)
The bicycle riders have to be careful and wait if necessary.
Here is a German newspaper article on the subject. The basis for the rule is § 20 of the German traffic regulations (StVO), whose first two paragraphs translate roughly to:
(1) Busses, trams, and school busses, which stop at designated
stopping points (sign number 224), may only be passed ...
I just ask it to book a ticket from Heathrow to Canterbury. Any terminal will work but it's cheapest and fastest from Terminals 2&3, which is where the main bus station is. If you're arriving at some other terminal, you can get to T2&3 by Underground from T5 or bus from T4, both free.
Go to nationalexpress.com/en Enter "LHR T 2/3" as the departure ...
VehiTrans has a buseta route which runs from Centro Historico to La Boquilla. Look for the VehiTrans bus and check the sign in the window, which for the correct route will list Boquilla as the final stop. If you can't see the sign for some reason, you can also ask the bus driver.
I spoke with Greyhound Customer service on June 21, 2019.
A person without an official ID has one option, which is to pre-pay a ticket online. It has an $18.00 fee on top of the ticket price and is only available in the United States, but it may be your only option.
She told me employees are not allowed to sell a ticket without an official ID, and the ...
When I hover my mouse pointer over the symbol I get a tip pop up.
The ones I see are:
wifi on board
compartments for hand luggage (presumably overhead shelf inside coach)
luggage transportation (presumably a luggage hold below the floor of the coach)
If you look at individual operators' pages you will see a ...
Did you already purchase your ticket online? Just go to the kiosk at the Greyhound station and enter the confirmation number. It will print out your ticket.
Don't have a ticket yet? Just go to the counter and buy one with your debit card.
My friend and I just took a trip with Trans-Island Limousine with the following luggage:
2 carry-on sized roller luggages
1 carry-on sized large duffel bag
1 check-in sized large roller luggage
All of the luggage except our backpacks were over 22 pounds, and the check-in sized luggage definitely violated all size constraints.
We brought the ...