CLASSIC BUS STATIONS

WEST


COLORADO SPRINGS

GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 113 E. Pikes Peak Ave., existed in 1930's
GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT, 225 E. Pikes Peak Ave., built by 1942

TRAILWAYS UNION BUS STATION, 2 E. Pikes Peak Ave., existed in 1940's
TRAILWAYS UNION BUS STATION 3 N. Nevada St., built by 1942
TRAILWAYS UNION BUS STATION 8 N. Nevada St., built 1943
TRAILWAYS UNION BUS STATION, 202 E. Pikes Peak Ave., built 1945

GREYHOUND BUS STATION, 327 S. Weber Ave., built around 1988
GREYHOUND STATION, 120 S. Weber Ave., built 1991


DENVER

UNION BUS TERMINAL (Greyhound), 1730 Glenarm Ave., built by 1942

UNION BUS DEPOT (Trailways), 501 17th St., built 1936
TRAILWAYS BUS CENTER, 1669 Broadway, built 1954

DENVER BUS CENTER, 1055 19th St., built around 1976

By around 1976, both carriers were using the present Denver Bus Center.


FRESNO

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 1033 H St., built by 1942/rebuilt 1960, STILL IN USE

CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1923 Mariposa, built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1203 Broadway, built 1957
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1333 Broadway, built around 1970


LAS VEGAS

UNION BUS DEPOT (Greyhound), 110 S. Main St., built by 1940's

TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 11 Fremont St., existed in 1930's
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 115 S. 1st St., built by 1942
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 123 S. 1st St., built 1947
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 217 N. 4th St., built early 1960's

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 200 S. Main St., built 1982

Greyhound used Union Bus Depot, probably until the late 1960's or early 1970's when the Union Plaza Hotel was constructed at that location.


LOS ANGELES

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 560 S. Los Angeles St., built by 1930's
RTD/GREYHOUND STATION, 208 E. 6th St., built 1967

ALL AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 629 S. Main St., existed in 1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS TERMINAL, 601 S. Main St., built by 1942
UNION STATION (Trailways), 800 N. Alameda St., established 1979

GREYHOUND STATION, 1716 E. 7th St., built 1991

The large station built in 1967 was originally shared with the Southern California Rapid Transit District (RTD), operator of local buses at the time. RTD vacated the building in 1982, and in 1991 Greyhound moved to its present location.


OAKLAND

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 2103 San Pablo Ave., built 1926, STILL IN USE

AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 1831 San Pablo Ave., existed in 1940's
NATIONAL TRAILWAYS TERMINAL, 1801 Telegraph Ave., existed in 1940's
AMERICAN BURLINGTON GIBSON LINES DEPOT, 2044 Telegraph Ave., existed in 1940's
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS TERMINAL, 2003 Telegraph Ave., built 1949


PORTLAND

CENTRAL BUS DEPOT (Greyhound), 509 SW Taylor St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND STATION, 550 NW 6th Ave., built around 1985, STILL IN USE

TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 520 SW Salmon St., built 1946
TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 1010 SW 6th Ave., built around 1970
TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 500 NW Broadway, built 1978


SACRAMENTO

GREYHOUND DEPOT, 715 L St., built in 1930's

TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 1131 9th St., built by 1942
TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 1117 I St., built 1946
TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 1129 I St., built early 1960's

GREYHOUND STATION, 420 Richards Blvd., built in 2011


SALT LAKE CITY

UNION BUS STATION (Greyhound), 144 E. Broadway, existed in 1930's
UNION BUS DEPOT (Greyhound), 107 W. South Temple St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND STATION, 160 W. South Temple St., built around 1970

SALT LAKE BUS DEPOT (Trailways), 60 E. 2nd St. S, built by 1942
TEMPLE SQUARE BUS DEPOT (Trailways), 77 W. South Temple St., built in 1930's

GREYHOUND STATION, 300 S 600 W, established 2005

The Temple Square Bus Depot was originally a "courtesy" stop for both Greyhound and Trailways, in addition to their main bus stops in Salt Lake City. By the 1940's, Greyhound eliminated the courtesy stop. And by the 1950's, Temple Square became the only Trailways stop.

In 2005, Greyhound moved to the present location at the Amtrak train station.


SAN DIEGO

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 120 W. Broadway, built 1926

ALL AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 102 Broadway, existed in 1940's
ALL AMERICAN BUS DEPOT, 1055 1st Ave., existed in 1940's
SANTA FE TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 137 E. Broadway, existed in 1940's
TRAILWAYS DEPOT, 700 W. Broadway, built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 215 W. Broadway, built 1947
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 310 W. C St., built around 1970

GREYHOUND STATION, 1313 National Ave., built in 2011

During the 1940's, Burlington Trailways and Santa Fe Trailways began using the depot at 700 W. Broadway. The Depot at 215 W. Broadway was used by American Buslines.


SAN FRANCISCO

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 75 5th St., built by 1930's
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 50 7th St., built 1942

AMERICAN BUSLINES DEPOT, 40 Eddy St., existed in 1940's
SANTA FE BUS DEPOT, 44 4th St., built by 1942
CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 425 Mission St., built 1950

TRANSBAY TERMINAL, 1st St. and Mission St., established 2003

Pacific Greyhound Lines had an extensive suburban and interurban operation in the San Francisco area, which had replaced interurban railways. In 1942, the 7th St. terminal opened for the interurban buses, while longer distance buses continued use the 5th St. terminal. Some buses stopped at both terminals. By the 1950's, all Greyhound buses were using the 7th St. terminal.

Trailways originally used the Santa Fe Bus Depot., which was also used by buses connecting with Santa Fe Railway passenger trains in Oakland, later Richmond. Trailways gradually shifted to the station on Mission St., which was originally known as the "American Burlington Gibson Lines Depot".

Buses now use a temporary terminal at 200 Folsom St., as the Transbay Terminal will be replaced with a completely new Transbay Transit Center.


SAN JOSE

GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 25 S. Market St., built by 1942
GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 70 S. Almaden Ave. built 1957, STILL IN USE


SEATTLE

GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL, 811 Stewart St., built 1927

TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 308 Virginia St., built by 1942
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 1936 Westlake Ave., built early 1960's

GREYHOUND STATION, 503 S. Royal Brougham Way, built 2014


SPOKANE

MOTOR BUS TERMINAL, 229 N. Howard St., existed in 1930's/1940's
UNION BUS DEPOT, 1125 W. Sprague St., built 1947

GREYHOUND STATION, 221 W. 1st Ave., established 1994

In 1994, Greyhound moved to the present location at the Amtrak train station.


TACOMA

CENTRAL TERMINAL (Greyhound), 14th St. and Pacific Ave., built by 1942
GREYHOUND STATION, 1319 Pacific Ave., built 1958

TACOMA AUTO STAGES DEPOT (Trailways), 807 Pacific Ave., built by 1942
TRAILWAYS BUS DEPOT, 2209 Pacific Ave., built around 1980

GREYHOUND STATION, 510 Puyallup Ave., built 2000