Greyhound begins rural Maryland service
Greyhound and the Maryland Transit Administration have teamed up to provide service to rural communities in Northeastern Maryland and Delaware. Passengers will pay just $21 or less to ride. According to the Baltimore Sun, promotional fares of $1 are being offered this week as part of the MTA’s Rural Intercity Bus Program. The partnership was created after an assessment study was conducted in rural regions of Maryland. Tickets can be purchased online at www.greyhound.com. For more, visit www.baltimoresun.com.