Are there any bus route from midland to lubbock?
Thank you so much Gene!!
is the shuttle service intercity.
My malware software prevents me from looking at the aforementioned link, but when I did my research, there was no intercity public transportation between the two cities. I would imagine (but am not certain) that the shuttle would only provide service to/from nearby airports and other destination locations.
Hi Gene! Thanks for the input. I did my side of the research and came with the following options
1. Take a cab to big spring (110$) and then take greyhound from there (18$)= 128 $.total duration 2.45 hours
2. Take a cab to Lamesa (120$) and then take a cab (!30$) this option saves 45 minutes. duration = 2 hours
3. Take bus to dallas (40 $) take another to lubbock (35$)= 75 $ cheapest but will take 12 hours!!!!. (scary)
4. Take south western flight = 210 $.
I think i will go with the second option as it is cheapest as well as saves time. Thanks again for your input.
I gave you a list above of driving services. Just now I picked one, Red Raider Rides. His website had a calculator. It said for $123 one of his drivers will take you on the 2 hour drive to Lubbock. Most of the others on the list would also love to have your money. Business can't be that great these days.
Call him or them or email them and tell them what you want to do. I bet you'll get that 2 hour ride ! ! !
Thanks in advance for your consideration of this suggestion. I'd take 2 hours over 17 hours and hundreds of dollars in fees anyday.Edited: 30 October 2017, 21:53
Perhaps the OP had the same problem opening some of the links that I did, and that is the reason he was unable to find "...a list above of driving services." I was unable to open any such list, but with the new link you provided, hopefully he can reach them.