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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - Miller Transportation, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in rural Indiana, is offering one round trip schedule through its Hoosier Ride service traveling between Louisville and Chicago.
The route began Monday. The route starts in Louisville, and makes stops in New Albany, Greenville, Palmyra, Salem, Livonia, Paoli, Orleans, Bedford, Bloomington, Martinsville, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Remington, Merrillville, Gary, and Hammond while en route to Chicago.
Hoosier Ride is a subsidiary of Miller Transportation that provides passengers with service that connects them to major Greyhound markets. The service is primarily located in regions within the state of Indiana.
"Through Hoosier Ride, residents will have more travel options to choose from in areas with limited to no intercity bus access," said Reginald Addy, Director of Development of Miller Transportation. "Customers can connect to Greyhound's 3,800 locations throughout North America and experience safe and affordable transportation services throughout the state," Addy also said.