Here's the latest confirmed news on Greyhound: No more overbooking on any US schedules, excluding Casino services and codeshare services. 91% OTP to a 30-minute standard (US and Canada?) Expanded long-distance and ultra-long-distance service. More ultra-long-distance routes to connect faraway hubs. Yield Management introduced. Web Only Fare is now the cheapest instead of Advance Purchase Fare. Standard Fares still very high to discourage buy-ticket-and-go customers. Same-day bookings are now very high even when booking online. Changes not made to Greyhound Canada booking system, this is Greyhound US only, unless otherwise noted. Restrooms cleaned up, got some shots from my latest ride, no odor, retention toilets. I assume Greyhound Canada still cleaned the restrooms. Unconfirmed news: Greyhound cancelled 50 D4505's in favor of X3-45's. Greyhound ridership went up 25% from 2009. A few examples of expanded service (increased frequencies): Denver-Portland Denver-Las Vegas Denver-El Paso New York-Denver New York-Atlanta New York-Montreal Atlanta-Cincinnati Atlanta-Miami Dallas-Los Angeles Dallas-Chicago Chicago-Memphis Chicago-Minneapolis Seattle-Vancouver Seattle-Portland San Francisco-Reno And some more..... New Routes: Chicago-Los Angeles Los Angeles-Seattle Los Angeles-Vancouver Memphis-New Orleans New York-Los Angeles Saint Louis-Los Angeles Dallas-Detroit Discontinued routes: Chicago-Detroit (still has through service Chicago-Toronto) Edited updates (June 30th, 2014): Apparently Greyhound Canada also got rid of overbooking, but still no yield management. Wi-Fi is now available on all regularly-assigned Greyhound buses, must be entirely Carrier "GLI" or "GLC", and excludes 9000-series run numbers. Power outlets are now available on all regularly-assigned Greyhound buses, must be entirely Carrier "GLI" or "GLC", and excludes 9000-series run numbers. *The Carrier is displayed in "Schedule Details" when booking online. It is very important, because it tells you which company operates the bus.*Regularly-assigned buses may be supplemented by reserve buses when loads are high. Yesterday, June 25th, 2014, Greyhound introduced their new System Timetable, with the above changes.