Fullington Trailways Schedule & Tickets
With service across the entire eastern seaboard, Fullington Trailways is one of the premier bus lines on the East Coast. Their strong commitment to customer service and traveler comfort makes this bus line one of the most enjoyable to ride with. With service to Pittsburgh, DuBois, Scranton, and other popular locations, you’ll find a departure location and time that works well for you.
You can find your Fullington Trailways bus tickets on Wanderu! Browse through different dates, times, and pick-up and drop-off locations to find the most convenient bus tickets. Whether you’re traveling solo or with friends an family, you’ll love riding with Fullington Trailways.
Popular Fullington Trailways bus routes:
When traveling with Fullington Trailways, each passenger is entitled to one checked bag that weights no more than 50 lbs. and measures no more than 62”. If you’d like to bring items with you on board, then each passenger is able to carry-on one bag weighing no more than 25 lbs. All carry-on bags must fit in the overhead compartment.
If your baggage is damaged or loss, then Fullington Trailways will cover a limit value not to exceed $250.00 per adult fare or $125.00 per child fare, unless greater value is declared and paid for each time the baggage is checked. The maximum value cannot exceed $1,000 per passenger. Fullington Trailways is not responsible for any unchecked baggage.
When traveling with Fullington Trailways, you’ll be able to enjoy premium amenities. All ticketed passengers can enjoy complimentary WiFi and power outlets. This is perfect if you need to catch up on work, want to stay connected with friends, or read articles on your favorite websites.
Each Fullington Trailways bus is equipped with a bathroom, air conditioning, and comfortable partially-reclining seats. Whether you’re making a short trip to Pitssburgh or have a longer journey planned, you’ll find that traveling with Fullington Trailways is safe and comfortable.
If you’re a passenger who is traveling with a wheelchair or scooter, then it’s great to give Fullington at least 48 hours advanced notice, so the staff can make appropriate accommodations. If 48 hours notice is given, then Fullington Trailways can make sure that there is a wheelchair lift equipped bus on location. Wheelchairs and scooters can also be stored beneath the bus, as long as they do not exceed 33” by 48”. Priority seating is also made available for passengers with disabilities as well as the elderly.
Fullington Trailways Ticket Policy
If you need to request a refund for your Fullington Trailways tickets because your travel plans have changed, then you’ll need to submit a request at the State College Bus Terminal within one year of the original departure date. Each refund will be determined on an individual basis by the Fullington Trailways refund department. Once you’ve submitted a refund request, you’ll either receive a credit or non-money voucher minus a 20% cancellation fee. You should allow up to 21 days for your refund to be processed.
To purchase tickets, visit Fullington Tours for a complete list of schedules and prices.
The most popular destinations served by Fullington Trailways include many central Pennsylvania cities and towns with destinations ending in Harrisburg, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, Wilkes-Barre, PA, and Buffalo, NY. Search on Wanderu to find connections these cities to 2000+ destinations in the U.S.
Go to Fullington Tours to obtain schedules and fares and to purchase tickets.
Penn State Express destinations include:
- Allentown, PA
- Altoona, PA
- Baltimore, MD (BWI)
- East Stroudsburg, PA
- King of Prussia, PA
- Monroeville, PA
- New York City, NY
- Newark, NJ
- Philadelphia, PA
- Pittsburgh, PA
- Reading, PA
- Rockaway, NJ
- Roosevelt Field Mall, NY
- State College, PA
- Timmonium, MD
- Walt Whitman Mall, NY
- Washington, DC
- York, PA
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Popular cities served by Fullington Trailways
If you could use a break from the big city, then DuBois is the perfect rural retreat. During your visit, you can slow down at the DuBois Country Club and swing by the farmer’s market for fresh produce. Located along the river, DuBois also offers unique American fare at the local restaurants.
Known as Steel City, Pittsburgh, PA is rich in leading innovations, arts and culture. Home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Andy Warhol Museum, the Cathedral of Learning, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and 446 bridges, America's "most livable city" has a lot to offer.
Wilkes Barre is home to four of Pennsylvania’s State Parks. Choose between Nescopeck State Park for cross-country skiing, Frances Slocum State Park for fishing, Ricketts Glen State Park to explore waterfalls or Lehigh Gorge State Park for whitewater rafting.
Nicknamed the Queen City, Buffalo is a city in Western New York with unique history, culture, entertainment and restaurants. If you’d like to learn the history of the city, visit the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site or soak in art at the Albright-Knoxx Gallery.
Harrisburg is the capital of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and its tenth largest city. From an evening at the Harrisburg Senators ballpark to a night at the Harrisburg Symphony, there're many attractions that can suit the needs of everyone.
Located 61 miles northwest of Harrisburg, Lewistown welcomes its visitors with a charming historic atmosphere. Tour the Ashers Chocolate factory to learn the chocolate-making techniques, enjoy a selection of wines in the Brookmere Winery, and visit the McCoy House museum to learn about post-revolutionary architecture.
State College is home to Pennsylvania State University, one of the ten largest public universities in the United States. The city is also home to the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts that attracts over 100,000 visitors per year.
Roadtripping to Clearfield is the best way to experience the city’s historic landmarks, fun farmers markets and wineries. If you like classic American eats, then visit Denny’s Beer Barrel, which is famous for having the biggest burgers on their menu.
Olean, NY is known as a financial, business, transportation and entertainment center of its county. Olean offers great outdoor recreational opportunities, as well as a lot of fun things to do. Visit the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, the Olean Community Theater or take a walk at the Allegheny River Valley Trail.
The sixth largest city in Pennsylvania, Scranton is the cultural center of the Lackawanna River valley. Enjoy outdoor activities at the Lackawanna Lake and Nay Aug Park. From ice skating and sailing to museum and zoo tours, there are plenty of things to see and do!