Mexico Bus Primera Plus, Flecha Amarilla

Mexico Bus, Flecha Amarilla, Primera Plus, ADO, Tica, Tufesa Bus

Tufesa Bus

Mexico Bus Travel includes The Tufesa Bus which runs Cross Border buses from the US to Mazatlan, Guadalajara and many stops along Mexico's Pacific Coast.  

Cross Border Bus, South, Tica Bus

In the south, Tica Bus runs from Tapachula, Chiapas through Central America to Panama City

ADO Buses
ADO covers south of Mexico City .  Most notably from Mexico City's Tapo Terminal and Terminal Norte.   Link to Mexico City Terminals

ADO uses dozens of hub cities to reach even the most distant ruin or colonial city for about 1-1.5 peso per mile.    (10 cents USD)     Link to page and info ADO

ADO uses a combination of modern high-speed toll roads (quota) and secondary roads but avoids the steep mountain roads wherever possible.
ADO's first Class buses have air conditioning,  ( bring a sweater) lavatories, seat belts,  reclining seats, and video movies.(Bring Ear Plugs)
ADO runs several levels of service and includes OCC bus, ADO GL, and Platino (formerly UNO)   
Bus Service Article
Buses reach Teotihuacan Ruin from Mexico City's Terminal Norte
Autobuses Teotihuacan starts at 6 AM and runs every 15 minutes to The ruin of Teotihuacan from Terminal Norte in Mexico City.
Use Ovnibus (not Omnibus) to reach the
Ruin of Tula  from Terminal Norte
This line serves Copper Canyon from Chihuahua,  Website:   http://www.turisticosnor

Mexico City serves as the key hub city from its Four Bus Terminals, Link
Each terminal serves a geografic area with overlap Oaxaca, Tabasco, Veracruz, Yucatn, Cancun, and Chiapas are served by ADO Busd from Norte and Tapo Terminals.
Mexico bus travel includes Flecha Amarilla, Primera Plus, ADO, Futura, Omnibus, and Tufesa, modern buses that cover all of Mexico with first class bus service.
Buses Serving the North of Mexico
Omnibus serve north to the US Border.
Estrella Blanca Group includes Futura,  Chihuahuenses,  and TNS Norte Sonora,   buses going north from Mexico City  to the US Border.

Flecha Amarilla, Primera Plus
Will Open as Primera Plus, a first class bus service north to Mazatlan and west of Mexico City
Mexico City Terminals and Destinations

Mexico Bus Flecha Amarilla  

Note:  The Flecha Amarilla website (link below)  will Open on the web as Primera Plus. This is a first class division of Flecha Amarilla.
At about 15 cents USD per mile,Primera Plus buses run from Terminal Norte, the Mexico City Airport,  and other terminals in Central and Pacific Coast Mexico Primera Plus serves west to Morelia, Guadalajara, and makes connections  to the Pacific Coast resort cities from Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, Puerto Vallarta, and as far north as the resort city of Mazatlan.

Primera Plus  buses connect with  ADO First Class Buses at Mexico City bus terminals.   
 ADO service covers all of the Gulf Coast and reaches
Oaxaca, Veracruz, San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, and the ruin sites of Palenque, Chichen Itza, the Yucatan, and the resorts city of Cancun
ADO first Class buses reach Oaxaca

Bus Station List For Mexican Bus Service

Flecha Amarilla uses several of the same terminals used by ADO and other major bus lines.

Note:  UNO Bus Service Discontinued, Look for Platino Service
Mexico Bus Travel, Flecha Amarilla,  Primera Plus
Mexico Bus Travel,  Primera Plus
Flecha Amarilla's first class Primera Plus service includes a snack and sandwich with water and juice upon boarding.

Primera Plus, Flecha Amarilla's elevated level of service, leaves from Mexico City
Terminal Norte to serve west to Morelia,
Guadalajara, and northwest along the coast as far as Mazatlan with stops in other hubs in between.

Bus routes and connections serve the Pacific Coast resort areas of
Manzanillo, Ixtapa. Colima, and Puerto Vallarta.

Primera Plus
uses the modern high-speed toll roads (quota) and avoids the steep mountain roads wherever possible.

Primera Plus, and Flecha Amarilla  first Class buses offer air conditioning,  ( bring a sweater) lavatories, seat belts,   reclining seats, WiFi with electrical recepticle, and seat-back video screens to offer a movie menu..
Mexico First Class Bus Lines
Primera Plus is a luxury division of Flecha Amarilla which started in 1932 and now covers a huge area of Central Mexico with first and second class bus service.
They operate from terminals in the following States of Mexico:
  • Aguascalientes,
  • Colima,
  • Mexico City,
  • The State of Mexico,
  • Guanajuato,
  • Guerrero,
  • Hidalgo,
  • Jalisco,
  • Michoacan,
  • Nayarit,
  • Queretaro,
  • San luis Potosi, and
  • Sinaloa.
Primera Plus and ETN are premier divisions of Flecha Amarilla.
Travelers who want to visit many Mexican cities at a leisurely pace can go south from the USA via Tufesa Bus, switch to Primera Plus at Mazatlan or Guadalajara, continue to Mexico City's Norte Station, and then switch to ADO bus south to Merida and the Yucatan or to Tapachula, Chiapas, and then take the Tica Bus to Panama City.

Cross Border Buses, North

Primera Plus serves from Mexico City's airport and other stations in the city
OCC Bus runs bus routes in Southern Mexico, a division of ADO.
ADO Bus Service below

ADO Bus Service

  ADO Bus covers all of Southern Mexico and the Gulf Coast to the US border
Mexico Bus Travel, ADO
Tufesa Bus runs cross border buses from the Phoenix, AZ, USA to Mazatlan and Guadalajara
Bus Travel Northern Mexico
Bus Travel Southern Mexico
Bus Travel Central Mexico
Mexico Bus Travel includes , Flecha Amarilla,  Primera Plus Bus Service serving Central Mexico to the Pacific Coast resorts between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
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OCC Bus, Oaxaca City to Huatulco and the Pacific Coast

Mexico Bus Travel,OCC Bus, ADO
First Class serving central and northern Mexico north of Mexico city
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