GoBus Adds Service to Wooster

An intercity bus service based in southern Ohio that specializes in serving rural communities has expanded its route network into Wooster and Wayne County while at the same time increasing service out of Cleveland.

GoBus recently launched a route between Columbus and Wooster with twice-daily service provided by Lakefront Lines.

The route has stops at the Port Columbus Airport, Columbus Greyhound Station, Newark, Mt. Vernon, Gambier, Berlin and Wooster.

At the same time, an existing route operated by Barons Bus Lines runs once daily between the major cities of Chicago, Columbus, and Cleveland began serving Van Wert in western Ohio.

It will make stops in Marysville, Kenton, Lima, Delphos, and Van Wert.

The GoBus program began operating to Cleveland, Akron and Canton this past March.

There are two routes that originate in Cleveland. One route extends to Charleston, West Virginia, and includes intermediate stops in Akron, Canton, New Philadelphia, Newcomerstown, Cambridge, Caldwell and Marietta in Ohio and in the West Virginia cities of Parkersburg and Ripley.

The other Cleveland route runs to Athens and has intermediate stops in Parma, Broadview Heights, Akron, Canton, Mt. Eaton, New Philadelphia, Newcomerstown, Cambridge, Caldwell, Marietta, Parkersburg, Coolville, Athens and Ohio University.

Both routes are operated by Barons Bus Lines. GoBus also sponsors service linking Columbus, Athens, Parkersburg and Cincinnati.

Tickets may be purchased at the bus stations in major cities, from the driver or online at ridegobus.com/gobustickets.

GoBus Intercity Bus Service is a collaboration between the Federal Transit Administration, Ohio Department of Transportation, and Greyhound, and is administered by Hocking Athens Perry Community Action.

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