According to a press release from the City of California, Greyhound Lines will begin serving California, Missouri with bus service to St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops throughout Missouri including Columbia and Warrensburg.

According to the release, Eastbound service to St. Louis will stop in California at approximately 3:25 PM CDT with other stops scheduled for Jefferson City, Wentzville, and Columbia. Westbound service to Kansas City will stop in California at 7:05 PM CDT with one other scheduled stop in Warrensburg. Service from St. Louis and Kansas City with the same scheduled stops will also be provided to California. Additionally, passengers can access Greyhound's nationwide network from St. Louis and Kansas City.

According to the release, Greyhound's California stop is a self-service e-stop. What this means is people wishing to ride Greyhound to or from California must book tickets on Greyhound's website, the bus line's app, or calling 1-800-231-2222.

Trip time from California to Kansas City is listed as two hours and twenty-five minutes on the Greyhound website. And service to St. Louis takes 4 hours and twenty minutes according to Greyhound's website.

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