Service Updates



COVID-19 Service Updates

Southeastern Stages continues a gradual resumption of service for its customers in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.  While these schedule offerings may not be ideal for everyone, we believe that they represent the best possible hope for us to be able to connect passengers to our interline partners with destinations throughout North America.  Schedule changes and additions will be reviewed and updated frequently.

We ask for your continued patience and understanding as we work through these very challenging times.  Departure times, frequency and ticket availability will be subject to change.

Southeastern Stages is committed to providing a safe, economical and clean environment for all of our customers and employees.  Please see the attached flyer for a brief overview of our cleaning and care plan (clean care flyer).

The safety of our passengers is and has always been our top priority. In response to recent changes in the world, we have updated our cleaning, air quality, and personal space procedures with our Ready to Go program.
Air Purification
We have enhanced our coaches’ air quality by installing additional air purification modules which filter our viruses, molds, allergens, and germs while reducing risks of infection. The kit also reduces smoke, pollen, and other air pollution.
With our Ready to Go program, we are even more focused on disinfection than ever. Before and after each trip, our coaches are treated with extensive cleaning including aerosol disinfection of the cabin with a focus on handrails, parcel racks and latches, window release bars, headrests and armrests, seat belts and accessories – we’ve got you covered!
Operating Procedures
To ensure we’re all Ready to Go, we have updated our operating procedures including guidelines for physical distancing during the loading and unloading process, requiring passengers to wear face coverings while onboard, and specifying seat layouts. Physical barriers have also been installed in driver areas for extra peace of mind.
We are Ready to Go and ready to provide you with professional and safe service anywhere and everywhere you want to go.

Additionally, we continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and our interline partners such as Greyhound to control the possible spread of any virus.  Please visit the Greyhound website ( for more detailed explanations.

All passengers will be required to wear face covering/masks while onboard Southeastern Stages or Greyhound buses.

We are committed to reinstating our full schedule when we are responsibly able to do so and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

Please continue to monitor this webpage for further updates  and information.