The bus depot is located at the intersection of Integrity Way and Strawberry Avenue in the neighborhood of Textile City, Los Santos. Opposite the north entrance to Simmet Alley are eight terminals lined with Sprunk vending machines, public telephones, and advertisements such as "Speed kills - Take the Dashound," "Long journeys need short legs," and "You're onto a wiener."
The Dashound Bus Center is based on the Los Angeles Greyhound Station, located at 1716 E 7th St.
Prominent Appearances in Missions
- According to signs found around the compound, the speed limit within the premises is 5 mph.
- The Terminal parking bays appear to be designed incorrectly such that bus access doors face away from the terminal when parked, rather than on the inside for passengers to board using the safest route. Instead, the driver’s window faces inward towards the waiting area at the terminal.
- Several "pay stations" are located outside the entrance to the building.
- Despite being named after the Dashound, Los Santos Transit buses use the depot.
- Judging by the exterior and signage style, the center was most likely built in the late-1950s or early-1960s.