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How far is San Diego from Los Angeles by bus?
On average a bus trip to Los Angeles takes 3 hours and 35 minutes. Greyhound has the fastest advertised travel time of 2 hours and 52 minutes to get from San Diego to Los Angeles.
How many daily bus trips are there from San Diego to Los Angeles?
On average there are 28 bus trips per day. Greyhound has the most options for departures from San Diego to Los Angeles, with an average of 15 trips per day, and 450 monthly trips.
When is the best time to buy a bus ticket from San Diego to Los Angeles?
Based on the last 30 days, the cheapest average bus fares from San Diego to Los Angeles were $14.16. By booking 24 days out, tickets are, on average $5.70 cheaper than those that are booked last minute.
What is the average cost of a bus trip from San Diego to Los Angeles?
A bus trip between San Diego and Los Angeles averages $20.76.
The cheapest day of the week to travel by bus from San Diego to Los Angeles is Wednesday, when prices typically start at $13.50 for bus tickets on this route.
Generally, traveling on a Saturday will have the highest average price because of high demand. By booking early or comparing different lines and brands, you still may find a deal, with prices starting at $16.50.
The busiest time of the week for travel from San Diego to Los Angeles by bus is at 6 pm on Saturday. When planning to travel around this time tickets should be booked well in advance as they may sell out.
6 am on Saturday is the least busiest bus schedule on this route. Traveling at this time you are most likely to be on a bus that has less passengers.
What is the main bus station in San Diego?
Three stations have bus departures from San Diego. Greyhound Station - 1313 National Ave, San Diego Airport - 567 - 699 Pacific HWY and 727 E San Ysidro Blvd are the main bus stations for trips departing to Los Angeles.
What is the main arriving bus station in Los Angeles?
Bus trips arrive in Los Angeles at five stations, depending on which bus line you are traveling with. Greyhound Station - 1716 E 7th St, 611 Maple Ave, 4555 E 3rd St & S McDonnell Ave E, 10413 Laurel Canyon Blvd Pacoima and 5201 E Olympic Blvd E are the main bus stations in Los Angeles for trips arriving from San Diego.
Do bus carriers that serve the San Diego to Los Angeles route offer WIFI and power outlets?
All bus lines that have service on this route offer WIFI and power outlets.
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