New Intercity Bus Service to Thief River Falls, Minnesota

SOURCE: Jefferson Lines

Jefferson Lines

THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN–(Marketwired – May 21, 2015) – Jefferson Lines is pleased to announce a new partnership with Tri-Valley Transit to offer extended transportation options from Thief River Falls to Crookston, MN, and Thief River Falls to Grand Forks, ND. “This new service offered by our transportation partner at Tri-Valley brings Thief River Falls into the greater intercity bus network, connecting the city with regularly scheduled bus transportation to thousands of destinations around the country,” says Kevin Pursey, Director of Marketing for Jefferson Lines.

As part of this partnership, customers can now purchase one ticket that covers their ride on both Tri-Valley Transit and Jefferson Lines, making the passenger experience more convenient and comfortable. Passengers can plan their trip online at, in person in Crookston at Tri-Valley Transit located at 1345 Fairfax Avenue, or via the phone at 1-800-201-3432.

Tri-Valley Transit operates this new service four days a week with a total of eight round trips. Passengers can travel for as low as $5 one way between Thief River Falls and Crookston, or as low as $6 between Thief River Falls and Grand Forks. “We are very excited to offer this intercity bus extended service from Thief River Falls, MN. This will provide residents north of the Highway 2 Corridor better access to interstate bus lines,” says Cynthia Pic, Transportation Programs Director for Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc.

About Jefferson Lines:
Founded in 1919, Jefferson Lines provides cross-state transportation throughout America’s Heartland. Our area of service expands over 13 states from Wisconsin to Montana and Minnesota to Texas, serving over 160 communities nationwide. Jefferson Lines provides direct connections to thousands of destinations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

About Tri-Valley Transit:
Tri-Valley Opportunity Council’s Transportation Programs have been in operation since the early 1970’s. Tri-Valley Transportation Programs cover 9 counties in northwest Minnesota, including: Clearwater, Kittson, Norman, Marshall, Mahnomen, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake and Roseau. The Transportation Programs include: public transportation, the Rural Transportation Collaborative (RTC), a volunteer driver program, and a Maintenance Program.