CLASSIC BUS STATIONS

SOUTHEAST


ATLANTA

UNION BUS TERMINAL, 169 Carnegie Way, existed in 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 81 Cain St. NW, built 1940

TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 212 Spring St. NW, built 1953

GREYHOUND STATION, 232 Forsyth St., built 1996

Trailways shared the Greyhound station prior to construction of its own station next door. In 1996, Greyhound moved to its present location, which is intended to be temporary until development of a new permanent terminal arrangement.


BIRMINGHAM AL

DIXIE GREYHOUND DEPOT, 2112 5th Ave. S, built by 1930's
UNION BUS TERMINAL (Greyhound), 600 N. 19th St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 618 N. 19th St., built 1951, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1705 2nd Ave. N, built by 1942
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 4th Ave. N and 19th St., built 1943
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS STATION, 5th Ave. N at 24th St., built around 1970


CHARLOTTE NC

UNION BUS TERMINAL, 418 W. Trade St., built 1941
GREYHOUND STATION, 601 W. Trade St., built 1973, STILL IN USE

In 1973, Greyhound moved to its present location at 601 W. Trade St., formerly the site of the Southern Railway passenger station. Trailways continued to use the Union Bus Terminal until 1987.


CHATTANOOGA

GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 1015 Market St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 515 Chestnut St., built around 1970

TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 521 Broad St., built 1949
TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 201 W. 5th St., built 1982

Trailways shared the Greyhound station prior to construction of its own station.

Around 1996, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown, closer to the airport.


JACKSONVILLE

GREYHOUND UNION BUS STATION, 204 W. Bay St., built early 1900's
GREYHOUND BUS STATION, 10 N. Pearl St., built 1956, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 500 W. Adams St., built 1949
TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 410 W. Duval St., built around 1970

The Union Bus Station had been owned by Florida Motor Lines, which became Florida Greyhound Lines in 1946.


KNOXVILLE

INTERURBAN BUS TERMINAL, State St. and Union Ave., existed in 1920's
UNION BUS TERMINAL (Greyhound), 326 S. Gay St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS STATION, 100 E. Magnolia St., built 1959, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS BUS STATION, 411 W. Main Ave., built 1944
TRAILWAYS BUS STATION, 414 W. Main Ave., built 1945
TRAILWAYS BUS STATION, 315 W. Main Ave., built early 1960's

The Interurban Bus Terminal was known to exist during the 1920's, but no further information is known, other than that the Greyhound and Trailways systems did not yet exist.

Trailways shared the Greyhound station prior to construction of its own station.


MEMPHIS

GREYHOUND UNION BUS TERMINAL, 161 Monroe Ave., built by 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 203 Union Ave., built 1950

MISSOURI PACIFIC BUS LINES TERMINAL, 170 Monroe Ave., existed in 1940's
TRI-STATE TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 60 S. 3rd St., existed in 1940's
ARKANSAS MOTOR COACHES BUS DEPOT, 269 S. Main St. existed in 1940's
MISSOURI-ARKANSAS TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 113 Calhoun St. existed in 1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 3rd St. and Union Ave., built 1949
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 4th St. and Union Ave., built around 1970

Various Trailways companies operated out of separate terminals prior to consolidation.

In 2011, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown, closer to the airport.


MIAMI

UNION BUS TERMINAL, 275 NE 1st St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 950 NE 2nd St., built around 1970

TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 99 NE 4th St., built early 1960's

GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 700 Biscayne Blvd., built 1990
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 100 NW 6th St., built 2000
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 36 NE 10th St., built around 2004

Trailways shared the Union Bus Terminal with Greyhound prior to construction of its own station.

After Greyhound's acquisition of Continental Trailways in 1987, Greyhound consolidated all operations into the Trailways Bus Terminal.

Around 2006, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown.


NASHVILLE

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 517 Commerce St., built by 1930's
GREYHOUND STATION, 200 8th Ave. S, built around 1970

SOUTHERN TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 125 8th Ave. N, built 1945
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 113 6th Ave. N, built 1949
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 711 5th Ave. S, built around 1984

GREYHOUND STATION, 709 5th Ave. S, built 2012


NORFOLK

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 219 E. Plume St., existed in 1930's
UNION BUS TERMINAL, 119 E. Plume St., built by 1942
UNION BUS TERMINAL, Monticello Ave. and Tazewell St., existed in 1930's
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, Granby St. and Brambleton Ave., built 1942
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 701 Monticello Ave., built 1961, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 119 E. Plume St., acquired around 1942
TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 120 E. Main St., built early 1960's


RICHMOND

UNION BUS TERMINAL (Greyhound), 412 E. Broad St., built by 1930's/rebuilt 1957

TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 9th St. and Broad St., built by 1940's

In 1983, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown.


TAMPA

GREYHOUND BUS STATION, Marion St. and Twiggs St., built by 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS STATION, 610 Polk St., built 1961, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, Madison St. and Marion St., built early 1960's

Trailways shared the Greyhound station prior to construction of its own station.