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May 9, 2013

Megabus reaches 25-million-passengers mark

With fares starting as low as $1, megabus.com has expanded rapidly over the course of its seven-year existence, from serving seven cities to/from Chicago in April 2006 to now serving more than 100 cities across North America.


January 15, 2013

Bus express service possible for U. of Miss.

The university is in preliminary negotiations with two companies that could offer daily express service from the campus to Memphis, Jackson and New Orleans.


May 31, 2012

Megabus expands to Texas, southern U.S.

Dallas, Houston; and San Antonio residents can now travel to five cities: Austin, Texas; Norman, Okla.; Memphis, Tenn.; Little Rock, Ark.; and New Orleans for as low as $1.


February 9, 2010

NJ Transit to supplement coach express service

DeCamp Bus Lines agreed to allow NJ Transit buses to pick up and discharge passengers in their service area to fill gaps in DeCamp’s No. 32 line service, and has worked with NJ Transit on a new agreement to revise the “no-stop zone” on a six-month trial basis.


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