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Megabus Increases Canadian Service In Anticipation of Busy Summer Months

Megabus Increases Canadian Service In Anticipation of Busy Summer Months

Megabus, one of the largest bus companies in North America, is increasing the frequency of its bus service effective May 3 in anticipation of the heavy summer tourist season.

Montreal and Kingston service will increase to daytime hourly trips offering 16 daily departures to/from Toronto Thursdays through Mondays.  In addition, all Montreal and Kingston services toward Toronto will continue to Pearson Airport. 

Megabus will also be tripling the number of departures from Toronto to Niagara Falls in for tourist season with most trips serving the Table Rock Transit Station at Niagara Falls.  Toronto to Niagara Falls buses will now run seven days per week from 5:45 am through 10:45 pm, nearly hourly.

Finally, Megabus will now offer more than twice as many trips between Toronto, London and Western University Thursday through Monday which equates to 8 trips per day.

"With summertime and warmer weather upon us, we're expecting heavy volumes of travelers in Canada," said Colin Emberson, VP Commercial for Megabus.  "The demand for travel is rapidly increasing and we're pleased to be able to offer our customers even more options to meet their individual needs."

Schedules are now available and tickets can be purchased today at https://ca.megabus.com/.   

About Megabus: 

Megabus offers city to city express bus service across North America.  Since launching in 2006, Megabus has served more than 50 million customers throughout more than 500 cities.  The safety of our customers is our top priority while also offering convenient, cost-effective service. Megabus is committed to providing eco-friendly travel and reducing our carbon footprint whenever possible.  Our buses emit the least carbon dioxide per mile when compared to other vehicles and are seven times more energy and fuel-efficient than single-occupancy automobiles.