Where is Greyhound Lines Corporate office Headquarters

Greyhound Lines Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: Patriot Tower, 350 North St. Paul Street, Dallas, TX 75201, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 214-849-8966
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1914
  • Founder: Eric Wickman
  • Key People: Dave Leach (CEO)

Greyhound Lines Headquarters Location & Directions

Greyhound Lines Headquarters Executive Team



Dave Leach

Chief Executive Officer and President

Bill Gieseker

Chief Financial Officer

Bill Blankenship

Chief Operating Officer

About Greyhound Lines, History and Headquarters Information

Greyhound Lines Inc, usually called Greyhound, provides affordable long-distance bus transportation services in over 3,800 destinations across North America. The first route of the company began in 1914 in the Hibbing City in Minnesota and the company gained its name in 1929.

Greyhound is owned by one of the leading transport operator in Canada and the United States - FirstGroup plc- and serves over 2.2 billion passengers each year. Greyhound Lines headquarters is located in Patriot Tower, 350 North St. Paul Street, Dallas.

Along with providing safe and comfortable intercity travel services to their customers, Greyhound now also offers a variety of other services like early-next-day and same-day package deliveries to a number of destinations in North America. Customers can also send in charter packages to businesses, schools, and other groups at best prices through Greyhound.

By making sure that their customers receive nothing less than convenient mobility at best prices, Greyhound now receives revenue of almost £5 billion per annum.

Greyhound Lines Headquarters Photos

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  • Tomara Andrews says:

    My husband is being treated like trash by this company for someone who has been faithful and dedicated for almost 31 years the treatment he is getting is horrible and something needs to be done IMMEDIATELY!!! The managers act like slave owners and the employees are working for little pay. The promises that were made to my husband and others were never kept I hope greyhound starts to see the value of their employees and treats them better if not things will start to decay.

  • Thomas Hasler says:

    My friend took Greyhound from NYC to Baltimore on Friday but there was mix-up re. a suitcase. She took the wrong suitcase which had a name and number and contacted the person and that was picked up. But her’s is supposed to be in Washington DC, with the label Elizabeth M. Taylor. None of the phone numbers are answered, there’s no email so no way to confirm that the suitcase is there. Greyhound should improve the process…We plan to go to Greyhound at Union Station tomorrow to retrieve suitcase, assuming it’s there!

  • Diane Gunlogson says:

    I purchased a ticket online for a friend this morning who does not have internet access. Her credit card was used. Unfortunately the ticket says my name as I did not realize that the website defaulted to my name since I signed up a while back. I was told I cannot have the ticket put in her name or cancel and do another ticket. This is so wrong, as you can see it was an honest mistake. She recently had a stroke so this is beyond stressful for her. I can’t believe you, such a large corporation, cannot resolve this for us. The ticket was paid for on her card and now she is stuck in Jacksonville, FL having to stay in a motel which she cannot afford either. All I have been asking for all day is to please change the ticket somehow so she can use it.

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