Iconic bus brand Greyhound launched a new service from Cardiff to Swansea today.

The world famous coach company was brought to the UK from North America in 2009 by FirstGroup and currently operates in the south of the UK as well as the US.

A new Greyhound UK service linking Cardiff and Swansea will run from 20 September this year, with 28 services on weekdays, 24 on Saturdays and 10 on Sundays, the route includes a stop at Bridgend.

The coaches boast free Wi-Fi, plug sockets, leather seating and 20% extra leg room compared to competitor coaches – with the cheapest fares starting at £1.

Read this article in the Guardian for more information.

Article by
Peter Kingsland


7th October 2010