My friend Nathan and I have just completed (well, sorta – read more to find out) the longest bus ride in America: Greyhound Schedule 1675 from New York City to Los Angeles. We live-Tweeted the whole thing, and it is truly an experience. From the highest highs (the wonderful landscapes of Utah and Colorado) to the lowest lows (Greyhound stealing our luggage and blaming us for it), this is worth your time to read if you like crazy adventures. Check it out on Twitter or this cool website that condensed the mega-thread into something more readable.
The Longest Bus Ride in America
by Miles Taylor | Jan 7, 2020 | Miles on SEPTA, Miles on the MBTA | 7 comments
- Sunday Open Thread: The Longest Bus Ride in America – Seattle Transit Blog - […] Two friends took a trip on the longest journey on a single bus in America, Greyhound from NYC to…
Do you have anything special planned for the return trip? Greyhound again? Amtrak — Southwest Chief to Cardinal?
They’re flying. Amtrak would be cool, though.
Miles, this just occurred to me. Do you have a car while you are in Los Angeles? If so you should drive out to Twentynine Palms and check out the Morongo Basin Transit Authority (MBTA). Their website is https://mbtabus.com
I wish, but no! It would be funny to ride.
You had a 3 day long bus ride. And not one review? You could have done 2 a day at that rate!
Greyhound’s wifi has data limits, so I wouldn’t be able to upload the amount of photos required for a post.
Then why didn’t you just type the posts, and add the pictures when you have better wifi?