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Palm Springs bus information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and bus companies that offer buses to Palm Springs.

Popular station

Palm Springs Downtown
The most commonly used station in Palm Springs is Palm Springs Downtown.

Palm Springs Bus Station Directory

Location of major bus stations in Palm Springs
Palm Springs DowntownPalm Springs, 33.838543, -116.54546
Palm Springs Indio 43430 Monroe StPalm Springs, 33.734673, -116.23321
Palm Springs Shell Gas StationPalm Springs, 33.90612, -116.54374
Palm Springs Palm & Paul Bus StopPalm Springs, 33.883633, -116.50114
Palm Springs Indian & Andreas (Casino)Palm Springs, 33.824642, -116.54544
Palm Springs IndioPalm Springs, 33.720333, -116.215096

FAQs for booking bus tickets to Palm Springs

What amenities are offered on buses from Palm Springs?

Passengers on Palm Springs buses will get treated to different amenities depending on the Palm Springs bus they choose. Greyhound is the major bus line offering bus tickets from Palm Springs. Passengers traveling from Palm Springs on a Greyhound bus ticket will get to enjoy free Wi-Fi to surf the web, play online games, or check their emails as they travel. You will have a personal power outlet next to your seat to keep your device powered throughout the journey. Greyhound buses from Palm Springs also have adjustable leather seats with footrests and extra legroom to keep passengers comfortable. The buses have no middle seats to ensure every passenger gets a window or aisle seat. Passengers can get more room by placing their onboard luggage in the overhead storage compartment. Moreover, the Greyhound Palm Springs-bound buses offer onboard restrooms.

Do bus stations in Palm Springs offer any amenities?

Palm Springs Downtown Bus Station is one of the most commonly used bus stations for buses departing from Palm Springs. The station is wheelchair accessible, and it also offers courtesy wheelchairs. Passengers who would love to store their luggage while running other errands can do so at a fee for up to 24 hours. The station also has a waiting area with free Wi-Fi and several power sockets to keep your electronic devices powered as you wait for your bus. There are a couple of ATMs for passengers who need cash, and eateries ranging from casual snack shops to well established dine-in restaurants where passengers can grab a bite before they depart.

How do I get to the bus station in Palm Springs?

Due to the efficient transportation network in Palm Springs, getting to the bus station has been made hassle-free. Palm Springs Downtown Bus Station is in the heart of the city and getting there by foot will only take a short while if you’re in the city center. For those flying into Palm Springs Airport, the easiest way to get to most bus stations in Palm Springs is to use a taxi or a rental car. A more affordable option would be to board the SunLine Transit Agency buses like Greenline that has a stop in downtown Palm Springs.

What are the benefits of taking a bus from Palm Springs?

Taking a bus from Palm Springs to other cities or towns presents several benefits to the passenger. Firstly, Palm Springs bus prices are usually more affordable than other transport options like flights or rental cars. Though a flight is way faster than a bus trip, boarding a cheap bus from Palm Springs is easier than getting to the airport for a flight. Plus, taking a bus from Palm Springs saves you the hassle of getting through the city’s traffic. Moreover, passengers can choose their boarding location as Palm Springs has an extensive bus system that covers the city and suburbs.

What luggage can I bring on a bus from Palm Springs?

Luggage policies vary from one Palm Springs bus company to another. Greyhound, the most popular bus, allows their ticket holders to bring one bag on the bus and an additional three bags in the storage bay under the bus. Suitcases, trunks, securely tied cardboard boxes, and backpacks are allowed on the bus. Passengers have to keep all their belongings well packed to avoid having any items protruding. Golf clubs, skis, and bicycles must be placed in canvas, wood, or any other securely fastened containers. All bags stored under the bus must have bag tags. Food, drinks, and medications are allowed on the bus. However, alcoholic drinks are prohibited.

How much is a bus ticket to Palm Springs?

The average price you’ll pay to travel by bus to Palm Springs will be determined by where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from Los Angeles, the lowest ticket price is usually about $69.

What is the main bus station in Palm Springs?

Palm Springs is best served by Palm Springs Downtown. There you’ll find a number of buses that can get you to your destination. A frequently accessed city you can get to by bus from Palm Springs Downtown is Los Angeles.

Popular bus routes to Palm Springs

Most frequently searched bus routes to Palm Springs, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Buses to Palm Springs from Los Angeles
Fastest travel time1h 55m
Cheapest price$69

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