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Bus Washington to Atlanta: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Washington - Atlanta
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Ratings and Reviews (8)
I have been traveling for well over 24 hours from Washington dc to Atlanta, ga. My first bus was delayed 2 and half hours causing me and my young child to miss our connecting bus causing us to be at the Richmond,va station for 7 hours . Along this route we had problems with seating and there was no food available for purchase only over priced vending machine snacks. I am highly dissatisfied and I will never willing take the greyhound again I would rather hitch hike!!
Our first bus was delayed two hours which then caused us to miss our connecting bus in Richmond. This meant an hour long wait at the bus station when we had been told in Washington we would not have to exit the bus or make a transfer. In addition, we were made to get off the bus at Charlotte and wait and additional hour, our arrival tim in Atlanta being several hours later than had been promised. The communication and service of the bus drivers was awful. The organization at each station was confusing and overall nonexistent. Will not be taking Greyhound again.
Overall, the trip was uncomfortable and the service provided by the employees were below average. I'm pretty sure I will not be using greyhound again in the future.
The bus was the worst, filthy and inadequate to be in service. It left D.C. & broke down in Va. never made it to the 1st transfer point. I will never take a Greyhound Bus again in LIFE!!!
Driver very rude. I am an 84 year old senior. The senior setting was not made available to me, was occupied by 30 something not handicap. Will never use greyhound again
My bus was late and I left with another bus after 4h! After standing in the cold in the evening for 3,5h without anybody being able to tell us what was going on! I'd rather not have another Greyhound experience again and I still have a lot of travelling to do!
The bus was an hour late, the bus driver has been going off on everybody, kicking people off the bus, and the funny thing is in still sitting on the motionless bus right now!
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Stations & Stops
For a bus leaving from Washington, the trip starts at Dupont Circle, Union Station Bus Deck, Chinatown, Silver Spring Metro, Pentagon City Metro, Washington, DC, Union Station, L’Enfant Plaza, VCU Special A-10 Tournament, Eastern Market or 715 H St NW.
|Departure Time||1:50 AM - 11:30 PM|
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|Bus Companies on This Route||Greyhound US|
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