LAS VEGAS (AP) — It's getting even easier to get between Las Vegas and Los Angeles without a car.
Greyhound announced it's launching non-stop bus service between the two cities starting Wednesday.
The company will offer five round trips daily, with two additional round trips on Fridays and Sundays to accommodate weekend visitors. Fares range from $25 to $67.50 one way, with a limited number of tickets available for $1.
The route is the latest for Greyhound Express, which is a premium service from the bus company and features reserved seating, free wireless Internet and extra legroom.
Express routes also connect to the company's network of 3,800 stations throughout North America.
The Las Vegas Sun reports this is the first express service between the cities since a British company ended its route in 2008.
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