Our Mission

Our interests lie in maintaining bridges between two globalized cities, Houston and Monterrey.

We are committed to providing our passengers the best attention, service, comfort and security during their travel–whether it be a short or long distance trip. When it comes to experience in international transportation, we can proudly say we bring over 60 years of combined experience to everything we do. This experience would not mean anything if it were not backed by the satisfaction our long-time clients who, since our early beginnings, travel with us on a weekly basis.

Our drivers are trained, courteous and arrive at the stations prepared to do a good job. They aim to provide our passengers an optimal experience and concentrate on treating everyone with respect.

Our clients are a priority for us all at Autobuses Flores, and that is why we appreciate you making us your agency of choice. Thank you for your continued trust and for being one of our valued customers.

We operate in an industry that allows us the opportunity to meet new people on a daily basis, and we are grateful for that.

Our Story

A family operated business, Autobuses Flores was founded in 1998 in the Northside of Houston, TX. We offer a client-oriented service and focus on travel, and tourism, between two major metropolitan regions in Mexico and the United States. We have been serving communities in Texas and Nuevo León for over 17 years, and we have cherished every opportunity we have gotten to connect people with loved ones—and travelers to experiences.

In The Community

We take pride in helping during times of desperate need. In 2005 Autobuses Flores joined the fleet of buses that helped people evacuate New Orleans after Katrina devastated the coast of Louisiana.  Post-Hurricane Ingrid in 2013, we filled all the luggage compartments of a bus and sent it on its way to Monterrey where people were enduring the worst natural disaster the city had experienced since 1988.

More recently, Autobuses Flores supported the 2017 Caravan organized by professor Toni Díaz (the Librotraficante) from Houston, Texas, to Tucson, Arizona. This caravan carried banned books and joined forces with Arizonian activist at the federal court where they confronted a racist law that banned Mexican-American studies in public schools. Learn more about this movement—or get involved—here!

USA: Autobuses Flores registered as Flores US Bus Lines Inc. in 2012.