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Transline Bus Online Booking, Routes and Office Contacts

Transline Bus Online Booking, Routes and Office Contacts

I know you are here for Transline bus online booking, but I am going to give you more than that. I will give the routes the bus company operates on. What’s more? I will also give you their office contacts, so that you can get to them when need arises.

First let us learn a bit about the company but before that, here below are links to other bus companies you may want to consider.

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Welcome back. Transline is a reliable, comfortable and safe company that offers its services to Western(former Nyanza and Western provinces) and Rift Valley. The bus company is owned by Transline Classic Limited.

Its buses, a fleet of over 60 boosts comfortable seats and onboard Wi-Fi and charging ports. The company also operates 11 seater shuttles.

Transline Bus Destinations  

As I said earlier, the bus company operates to Western and Rift Vallley in Kenya. From its base in Nairobi, the company operates to and from:

  • Kisumu
  • Busia
  • Bungoma
  • Kisii
  • Kakamega
  • Eldoret.
  • Kitale
  • Webuye.
  • Migori.

It also serves the Kisii- Migori Route.

For all your bookings, inquiries, complaints, here below are the contacts you may make use of.

Head Office Location: Afya Centre, Tom Mboya Street, Opposite Naivas Supermarket.

Mobile Number: 0723829066

Website: translineclassic.co.ke

Transline Bus Online Booking

I often book a ticket so that as I explain this to you, I know exactly what am saying to you. I did try booking a ticket. Here is my experience.

I went to their website and as soon as I tried getting in, there was a warning that my credentials were at risk.

Moreover, after finally getting to the website, I was greeted with a login message. What looked strange was the fact that there is no option to sign up.

In a nutshell, the website does not work.

I have bad news and the news are that you cannot book Transline bus online. That means you have two options to get you ticket.

1. Walk to their offices

You can decide to do this the traditional way. If you are in Nairobi you can walk to their offices and get your ticket. There are also offices at their destinations listed above.

2. Call

You can call and book your ride. I have not tried this option and therefore I cannot say with certainty if this option works.


Transline Bus Company will charge you anything between Ksh. 800 and Ksh. 1200 to the destinations listed above. However, unlike reliable bus companies such as Easy Coach, their fares are not constant and during peak days such as holidays and festive seasons, their fares go up.

Curiosity also drove me to their facebook page and here a sampled a few of the reviews from people who have used the buses.

Fridah Fridah says, “Three of our luggage were stolen when we just looked away for three minutes. Only the transline attendants knew our luggage as they are the ones who assisted to carry from ubber to the waiting area. They delayed to produce the CCTV till our bus departed claiming that the CCTV guy is stuck in traffic from 5pm till 8pm- our departure time. We smell a fish!!!! Never using this bus or recommending ever!!!’’

Poor customer service. Stealing of parcels. I mean pathetic to us”, one Milkah Smith adds.

Lastly, we have Eva wahanda Jhnelle who says, “Pooorrrr customer service. Very poooooorrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1😏😏😏.

I did not see any positive review from their page and am not adding anything. I like using a service and experience it myself.

I hope that I will use one of their buses one day and bring you my experience.

Have you ever used Transline Buses? Share with us you experiences.

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