Greyhound Buses come to Swansea
Daily services will run between Swansea and Cardiff.
The Greyhound bus has become synonymous with long journeys across the land of the free, and now the company's UK arm has launched its first service in Wales.
Greyhound UK will run daily services between Swansea and Cardiff. The firm is offering fares from £1 for passengers that book in advance for the 28 weekday services as well as 24 services on a Saturday and ten services on a Sunday.
Each bus is loaded with luxury accessories from leather seats, free wi-fi, power sockets, air conditioning and complimentary newspapers.
The buses will replace the existing Swansea to Cardiff Shuttle 100. Each bus is worth between £250,000 and £300,000. Bus operator FirstGroup took over Greyhound in 2007.
The stop is at Wellington Street, close to the Quadrant Shopping Centre Car Park and opposite the Tesco store. Note that when the new Swansea Bus Station opens later this year, services will run from there. There are other pick-up and drop-off points across Swansea, please check www.greyhounduk.com for details.
Extracted from www.abayoflife.com