Bus trip to Katy, the railway city
This city is only 30 minutes away from Houston, so if you want to travel there, taking a bus to Katy is the easiest and most comfortable option. It is also a good option if you have a business trip, you will be able to work on the bus.
Our RedCoach stop is very close to restaurants and shopping centers, so you’ll have everything you need before and after your trip. In the 19th century, the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad passed through Katy and connected it to Houston, so much of its character and personality can be traced back to its railroad past.
Buy your bus tickets to Katy now and discover this small destination full of museums, parks and many shopping areas, including antique stores where you will find real treasures from the past.
Our Redcoach Katy stop
26149 Katy Fwy (TimeWise Convenience Store / Shell Gas Station)How to get there
- Public toilets
Why travel with RedCoach?
Unlike traditional motor coaches, we offer you extra legroom and the ability to recline up to 140 degrees. We also have 2 types of buses, first class with 27 seats and business class with 38 seats.
You can connect to our free Wi-Fi on any of your electronic devices. You can also watch movies or work while charging your device on our plugs right next to your seat.
On RedCoach, your safety is our priority. That’s why we hire only the most qualified drivers and monitor every mile of your ride through an 8-camera feed and a top-of-the-line GPS tracking.
We only stop at Texas and Florida’s most popular destinations; making less stops gets you to your final destination just as fast as if you were driving. However, since you are not the one at the wheel, you are able to catch up on work (or naps) on your way to your destination.
What to see in Katy
Don't miss out on these plans
Katy Mills Mall
With numerous restaurants, a movie theater and 175 different stores for an afternoon of shopping for a very entertaining day.
Katy Market Day
This open-air market is held on the third Saturday of every month. If it falls on your trip, don't miss it.
Visit the Texas Museum of Art
This non-profit museum showcases the art of the region through paintings, sculptures, glass and more.
Picnic at Mary Jo Peckham Park
One of Katy's largest parks with ample green space, hiking trails and plenty of play areas for children.
Go back in time at Katy Heritage Park
Stroll through this incredible place and see the city as it was in the 19th century. The Heritage Park is free to visit and tours are offered the first weekend of every month.