CLASSIC BUS STATIONS

SOUTHWEST


ALBUQUERQUE

GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 3rd St. and Copper St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND UNION BUS DEPOT, 6th St. and Copper St., existed in 1940's
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 421 2nd St. NW, built 1950
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 301 Marquette Ave. NW, built around 1970

SANTA FE TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 113 N. 4th St., existed in 1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 115 5th St., NW, built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 229 5th St., NW, built 1957

GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 300 2nd St. SW, built around 1976
ALVARADO TRANSPORTATION CENTER 320 1st St. SW, built 2006

After around 1976, Trailways used the new Greyhound station.

The new intermodal Alvarado Transportation Center is also used by Amtrak, the "Rail Runner Express" commuter line, and the "ABQ Ride" local bus system.


AUSTIN TX

GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 118 E. 10th St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 401 Congress Ave., built 1966

CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 708 Brazos St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1003 Congress Ave., built 1952

Around 1984, Trailways moved to a new location away from downtown. And around 1985, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown.


DALLAS

SOUTHWESTERN UNION BUS DEPOT, 810 Commerce St., existed in 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 205 S Lamar St., built 1946, STILL IN USE

UNION BUS TERMINAL, 1500 Jackson St., built 1916, STILL STANDS

Greyhound had used the Southwestern Union Bus Depot, with an address on the same block as the present station.

The Union Bus Terminal was previously the "Interurban Building", built by the Texas Electric Railway, and transformed into the Trailways bus terminal.


EL PASO

GREYHOUND UNION BUS TERMINAL, 212 San Francisco St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 111 San Francisco St., built around 1970

ALL-AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 129 San Francisco St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 200 W. San Antonio St., built by 1942, STILL IN USE

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

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


FORT WORTH

GREYHOUND UNION BUS TERMINAL, 905 Commerce St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 1005 Commerce St., built 1950

ALL-AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 116 E. 8th St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, Main St. and Lancaster Ave., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 8th St. and Commerce St., built 1953
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 901 Commerce St., built early 1960's

INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION CENTER 1001 Jones St., built 2006

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

The new Intermodal Transportation Center also used by Amtrak, the "Trinity Railway Express" commuter line, and the "T" local bus system.


HOUSTON

UNION BUS STATION (Greyhound), 713 Milam St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 1410 Texas St., built 1948

ALL-AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 811 Capitol Ave., existed in 1930's
ALL-AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 618 Travis St., existed in 1930's/1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 300 Travis St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 1114 McKinney St., built 1960
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 2121 Main St., built around 1976, STILL IN USE

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


NEW ORLEANS

TECHE GREYHOUND LINES, 410 Rampart St., existed in 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 1520 Canal St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 1710 Tulane Ave., built 1961
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 2101 Earhart Blvd., built around 1970

MISSOURI PACIFIC BUS DEPOT, 207 St. Charles St., existed in 1930's/1940's
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1314 Tulane Ave., built by 1942

NEW ORLEANS UNION PASSENGER TERMINAL, 1001 Loyola Ave., established around 1983


OKLAHOMA CITY

TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 15 S. Santa Fe St., existed in 1940's
AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 400 W. Sheridan Ave., existed in 1940's
UNION BUS STATION, 427 W. Sheridan Ave., built 1941

By the 1950's, all intercity buses were using the Union Bus Station.

In 2013, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown.


PHOENIX

PACIFIC GREYHOUND LINES TERMINAL, 29 E. Jefferson St., built by 1930's
PACIFIC GREYHOUND LINES TERMINAL, 1st St. and Van Buren St., built 1950
GREYHOUND STATION, 525 E. Washington St., built around 1970

ALL-AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 17 Central St., built by 1942
ALL-AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 30 W. Jefferson St., built 1944
AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 35 E. Jefferson St., built 1947
SANTA FE TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 17 E. Jefferson St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, Van Buren St. and 1st St., built 1949
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS TERMINAL, 433 E. Washington St., built around 1970

By 1982, Trailways moved to a new location away from downtown But with the 1987 consolidation with Greyhound, service returned downtown to the Greyhound station.

In 1996, Greyhound moved to a new location away from downtown.


SAN ANTONIO

GREYHOUND BUS STATION, 808 Navarro St., built 1929
GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 500 N. St. Mary's St., built 1945, STILL IN USE

CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 215 N. Alamo St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 301 N. Broadway, built 1957, STILL STANDS

Panelling was eventually added to exterior or the later Trailways station, to give it a more modern look. But the panelling was finally removed, restoring the building to its original appearance.


TUCSON

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 90 E. Broadway, built by 1942
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 28 S. Church St., built 1950
GREYHOUND STATION, 2 S. 4th Ave., built around 1970

ALL-AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 31 E. Broadway, existed in 1930's/1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 121 E. 10th St., built 1945
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 201 E. Broadway., built around 1970

GREYHOUND STATION, 471 W. Congress St., built 2006
GREYHOUND STATION, 6th Ave. and Toole Ave., proposed


TULSA

WESTERN GREYHOUND DEPOT, 21 S. Cincinnati St., existed in 1930's
UNION BUS TERMINAL, 319 S. Cincinnati St., built by 1942

ALL-AMERICAN BUS STATION, 215 S. Boulder Ave., existed in 1930's
ALL-AMERICAN BUS STATION, 313 S. Cincinnati St., existed in 1940's
AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 201 E. 3rd St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 6th St. and Cheyenne Ave., built late 1950's
TRAILWAYS STATION, 317 S. Detroit Ave., built around 1982, STILL IN USE

By the 1950's, all Greyhound, Trailways, and American Buslines buses were stopping at the Union Bus Terminal.

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


WICHITA

UNION BUS DEPOT, Broadway and William St., built by 1942
UNION BUS DEPOT, 312 S. Broadway, built 1947, STILL IN USE

Greyhound did not serve Wichita, until acquiring Continental Trailways in 1987. Greyhound continues to use the Union Bus Depot.