Van Hool TD925 coach at Penn Station in March 2009
ParentVariant Equity Advisors
FoundedApril 10, 2006
Service areaUnited States
Service typeIntercity coach service
FleetMotor Coach Industries single-deck coaches
Van Hool single-and double-deck coaches
OperatorCoach USA subsidiaries:
  • Megabus USA
  • Megabus Northeast
  • Megabus Southeast
  • Megabus Southwest
  • Megabus West
  • All West Coachlines
  • American Coach Lines of Atlanta
  • Kerville Bus Company
  • Lakefront Lines
  • Olympia Trails Bus Company
  • Pacific Coast Sightseeing Tours & Charters

Non-Coach USA companies:

Chief executiveLinda Burtwistle (U.S.) (Canada)

Megabus is an intercity bus service of Coach USA/Coach Canada operating in the eastern, southern, midwestern, western, and Pacific United States[1] and in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. It is the North American service equivalent to the European Megabus.

Some tickets, if purchased well in advance, are priced as low as $1, with occasional free promotions and an online booking fee of $2.50 per transaction. Megabus follows the yield management model, typically used by airlines, where the lowest fares are offered to those who book early. Only one or two seats are sold for $0 or $1 per schedule, so the less popular schedules tend to be less expensive. Bus stops may be in public streets, bus stations, outside railroad stations or transportation centers in major cities, or on college campuses or at shopping centers in other cities.

Upon ticket purchase, passengers are given a reservation number to be shown to the bus operator upon boarding. In the United States, tickets are not available from the bus operator. Due to franchise regulations, tickets are sold at stops but may be more expensive than those purchased online in Canada.

Reservations can be changed for a fee of $3-$7.50.[2] Independent to the price of ones ticket, passengers can reserve specific seats on the bus. [3]


On April 10, 2006, Stagecoach Group, operator of Megabus (Europe), introduced the Megabus brand in the United States through its Coach USA subsidiary with daily routes between Chicago and Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St Louis, Ann Arbor, Columbus, Louisville, Toledo, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis and State College.[4]

On August 8, 2007, Megabus introduced service to the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Tempe, Arizona, using Coach America as a contractor.[5][6][7] In its first foray into California, ridership was sluggish and Megabus started to discontinue services from Los Angeles in early 2008. Service to the Phoenix area was discontinued in January 2008, followed by San Diego and San Ysidro services in March 2008. In May 2008, Megabus decided to shut down service to/from Los Angeles and discontinue all related services. The final day for services from Los Angeles was June 22, 2008.[8] Megabus re-entered the market in 2012 after reacquiring some of the assets of Coach America, which had been part of Coach USA before a major divestiture in 2003.

In late May 2008, Megabus began service to/from New York City, with service to/from Albany, Atlantic City, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Further expansions included service to Syracuse, Rochester, Hartford and Niagara Falls, Ontario. Niagara Falls and Hartford were later withdrawn, although service to Hartford resumed in 2010.

Megabus returned to the West Coast on December 12, 2012, initially serving San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento, Reno, Riverside and Los Angeles. Megabus operates almost exclusively from commuter rail stations or transfer stations for local transit buses on its west coast routes.[9][10]

In April 2019, Stagecoach Group sold its North American operations, including Megabus, to Variant Equity Advisors.[11][12]

Destinations history


Megabus announced service in Atlanta, its first destination in the Southeastern United States, on October 25, 2011. On November 16, 2011, Megabus began operations out of Atlanta from the Civic Center station in Downtown Atlanta.[13][14]

Initially, Megabus offered service from Atlanta to Chattanooga, Nashville, Knoxville, Montgomery, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Orlando, Memphis, Birmingham, Charlotte, Durham, Mobile, Richmond and Washington, D.C.[15] Megabus now also serves Athens and New Orleans. In addition, passengers can link to the northeastern US Megabus service through Knoxville and Charlotte and to Midwestern Megabus services through Memphis and Nashville.

Megabus also has a bus line linking Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville that started on March 14, 2012.[16]

Service between Atlanta and Athens, Georgia, Columbia, South Carolina, Fayetteville, North Carolina and Durham, North Carolina began February 18, 2014.[17]

Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge service was added on September 9, 2013, with service to New Orleans and San Antonio.[18]


Megabus began operations in the U.S. on April 10, 2006, with routes between Chicago and Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St Louis, from a stop on the curb next to Chicago Union Station. Megabus passengers are only allowed to wait in the station if they are using other companies services. Services also began between Indianapolis and Cincinnati. A service initially offered between Indianapolis and Columbus was later withdrawn due to low ridership.

On September 11, 2006, a stop in Toledo was added to the route between Chicago and Cleveland. Additional services were added on April 2, 2007: a stop in Ann Arbor along the Chicago-Detroit route for travel to and from Chicago, a new service between Minneapolis and Milwaukee, an extension of the Chicago-Toledo-Cleveland route into Pittsburgh (since withdrawn on the Midwest network, but later re-entered on the Northeast network), an extension of the Chicago-St. Louis route into Kansas City, reactivation of the Chicago-Indianapolis-Columbus route, new service between Cincinnati and Columbus, and new service between Chicago and Louisville via Indianapolis (since withdrawn).

On March 13, 2008, a stop was added in Madison, Wisconsin, on the twice-daily Chicago-Minneapolis route.[19]

Columbia, Missouri was added with one-stop daily in each direction on the Chicago-St. Louis-Kansas City route; was discontinued in September 2015.[20]

On March 27, 2008, a new route was added, Chicago-Champaign-Memphis, offering two daily trips in each direction. In early 2010, the Champaign/Memphis route was cut to one daily round-trip due to poor ridership, but the second round trip has since been restored.

On May 4, 2010, a route from Chicago to Des Moines via Iowa City began operating. On August 17, 2011, Megabus started service to Omaha via Des Moines and Iowa City; twice-daily departures and arrivals from Omaha and an increase to four daily departures and arrivals from Des Moines and Iowa City.[21]

On March 14, 2012, Megabus started service from Chicago to Nashville via Indianapolis and Louisville.[16] Service was extended to Atlanta via Chattanooga. In June 2012, Megabus announced service from Chicago to Detroit via Grand Rapids and East Lansing beginning July 12.[22]

On February 2, 2015, Megabus discontinued service from Columbus, Ohio, to Cleveland.[23]

On March 1, 2017, Megabus added service between Chicago and Lincoln, Nebraska, thru Moline, Coralville, Des Moines, and Omaha.[24]


On May 31, 2012, Megabus announced a new service to be effective June 19, 2012, to/from Grand Prairie, near the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. From Dallas, passengers had options to travel to Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Little Rock, Memphis, Norman, Oklahoma City, Springfield and St Louis. Passengers also have the option to connect to other Megabus routes in Memphis, from Dallas, and to New Orleans, from Houston.[25][26] On November 18, 2012, it was announced that customers would also be able to be served in Dallas downtown area as well as the Grand Prairie location. Megabus received the necessary permissions to start on the following Monday.[27]

On April 4, 2013, service was discontinued for the Oklahoma and Missouri state stops via Dallas.[28] Dallas-to-St. Louis is now only accessible via routing through Memphis.

Los Angeles

Service was extended to Anaheim on December 6, 2014.[29][30]

New Orleans

Service between New Orleans and Jackson, Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee began December 17, 2013.[31]

New York

Former station at Ninth Avenue in Manhattan
Dispatch desk at 34th Street in Manhattan
M21 traveling west on 23rd Street in Manhattan

On May 30, 2008, Megabus began East Coast operations with service to and from Atlantic City (operated by Academy Bus), Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Toronto.[32] Service to Baltimore was added after negotiations over the usage of the White Marsh Park & Ride were concluded. On June 6, a once-daily service was added to Binghamton for travel to and from Buffalo and Toronto. The company claims to service Baltimore, though the stop is well outside Baltimore city limits.

As of November 2008, the company ran 14 daily New York City-Washington, DC trips.[33]

In December 2008, service to Binghamton, which had been operating only to Buffalo and Toronto, was dropped in favor of service to Syracuse, Rochester, and Niagara Falls. A new route also began service to and from Albany. Both revised services offer four trips daily (up from two on the Toronto line), with a fifth Buffalo-Toronto express overnight trip also offered. All services were moved from the Royal York Hotel to the Toronto Coach terminal. Hartford was also added to the M22 route in December 2008, with service to Boston or New York available.

Service to/from Hartford was added on December 4, 2008, but withdrawn on September 14, 2009.[34]

Eastern Bus[35] and Today's Bus[36] were acquired by Coach USA in late 2008 and early 2009 but were divested in 2009.

On May 4, 2010, service between New York and Pittsburgh via State College began operating; Pittsburgh had previously been served by a route to and from Chicago earlier.[37][38] In July 2010, Philadelphia and Boston were added as destinations.[39] In August 2010, Providence to New York was added as a route.[40]

On September 8, 2010, service was stopped between Philadelphia and Atlantic City due to low ridership. On December 15, 2010, service was added to Hartford and Amherst.[41] Service between New York and Amherst began on December 15, 2010; extended to Burlington and Montpelier in 2014.[42] A Brattleboro stop was added in September 2016.[43]

Beginning August 1, 2012, the New York stop moved to 34th Street between 11th and 12th Avenues, across the street from the Javits Center and the 34th Street - Hudson Yards subway station.[44]

In July 2018, Megabus restarted service between Cleveland and New York City.[45] The service was again halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and has not resumed.[46]


In June 2008, Coach Canada began offering tickets from C$1 on its route between Toronto and Montreal, using the same yield management model.[47] The route was later rebranded to a Megabus route.

In March 2023, Megabus announced a Toronto-Detroit route would begin operations in April. There will be four stops en route between the two cities.[48]


On May 14, 2021, Megabus said they would start routes between Toronto, Scarborough, Kingston, and Ottawa. This was in response to Greyhound Canada's announcement that they would shut down all their operations in Canada.[49]


On March 29, 2011, Megabus announced service to/from Pittsburgh, operating service out of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center underpass. Megabus routes from Pittsburgh included Pittsburgh-State College-NYC, Pittsburgh-Washington, Pittsburgh-Harrisburg-Philadelphia-Camden, Pittsburgh-Erie-Buffalo-Toronto, Pittsburgh-Columbus-Cincinnati, Pittsburgh-Akron-Cleveland (a restoration of an earlier cut), and Pittsburgh-Toledo-Detroit.[50][51]

Megabus also announced a route between Pittsburgh and Ann Arbor, starting March 14, 2012.[52]

On March 13, 2012, Megabus removed under-performing services from Pittsburgh, including Pittsburgh-Erie-Buffalo-Toronto and Pittsburgh-Columbus-Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh-Akron, leaving Pittsburgh-State College-NYC, Pittsburgh-Washington, Pittsburgh-Harrisburg-Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh-Cleveland-Toledo-Detroit-Ann Arbor as the remaining services. On May 6, 2014, Megabus also ended the Pittsburgh-Ann Arbor route due to poor ridership, leaving Pittsburgh customers with no direct connection to points west of the city.[53]

Megabus routes operating from Pittsburgh will occasionally use an alternate stop on 10th Street and Penn Avenue, right outside of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, if the convention center is holding a large event. This alterative stop is visible from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center underpass.


Starting July 21, 2010, Megabus began operating service to/from 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. Service operates to the Pennsylvania cities of Harrisburg, State College and Pittsburgh, as well as to Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, New York City, Toronto and Washington, D.C.[54][55]

In 2013, Megabus added service to and from Newark, Delaware from Philadelphia en route to Washington, D.C.[56]

Washington D.C.

Megabus began operating to/from Washington, D.C. on December 15, 2010.[57][58] Included was service to/from Toronto.[59] In November 2011, Megabus began operating from the bus deck in Union Station.[60] Service between Washington and Christiansburg, Virginia
Knoxville and Atlanta also started on December 15, 2010.[61]

In May 2011, Megabus added service to Frederick, Maryland.[62]

Service to/from Morgantown, West Virginia was added on January 12, 2012.[63]

In April 2017, the company began service between Washington D.C. and Virginia Beach.[64]

In October 2018, Megabus added express service between Washington D.C. and Charlottesville, Virginia.[65]

California/Nevada network

Megabus re-entered California on December 12, 2012, serving San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose Sacramento, Reno, Riverside and Los Angeles. Service runs on four routes (LA-San Jose-SF, LA-Oakland-SF, SF-Sacramento and LA-Riverside-Las Vegas).[66]

Megabus operates almost exclusively in California and Nevada from commuter rail stations or transfer stations for local transit buses. In Los Angeles, the buses utilized Union Station's Patsaouras Transit Plaza. In San Jose, Megabus stops at Diridon Station. In the Las Vegas Valley, buses utilize RTC's South Strip Transfer Terminal.[67]

A stop in Burbank was added on August 15, 2013,[68] and the route was extended to Anaheim (serving Orange County) on December 6, 2014.[69] Megabus subsequently ceased serving California due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but resumed service on May 15, 2023 operating one route via Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles (El Monte Station) and Anaheim.[70] Megabus also re-launched service from Las Vegas to Barstow, Riverside, El Monte, and Anaheim on June 1, 2023.[71] However, due to the closure of the Coach USA Anaheim yard, service terminated on September 28, 2023.

Destinations served

United States





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The Megabus fleet has the name on the front and sides in yellow against a blue base and the Megabus logo on the left side of the coach (facing forward) and rear of the bus. The DATTCO fleet used for Megabus service also has Megabus logos, but with a DATTCO logo instead of a Coach USA logo for Megabus buses owned and operated by DATTCO. Buses on the M25 Megabus route operate with Academy Bus livery.

Megabus service began with used Motor Coach Industries 102EL3 Renaissance coaches, often transferred from other Coach USA operations, with some services utilizing Chicago- and Wisconsin Coach Lines buses. In 2007, Coach USA updated its Chicago-based Megabus fleet with new MCI J4500 single-deck and Van Hool TD925 double-deck motorcoaches.

In May 2008, Megabus expanded to the Northeastern United States with a fleet of primarily brand-new Motor Coach Industries D4505 coaches, several new Van Hool TD925-double decker buses, and some buses purchased secondhand or transferred from the Chicago fleet. This expansion came as Megabus exited from the West Coast market.[8] Further expansion in the Northeast came in the fall and winter of 2008-2009, when additional double-decker buses were delivered, resulting in much of the single-deck buses being transferred to sister operation Eastern Shuttle, pushing many of the EL3s to retirement. The fleet transferred to Eastern Shuttle was eventually returned to mainline Coach USA duty following divestiture a few months later.

All Megabus coaches in the United States are equipped with Wi-Fi and electrical outlets.

In accordance with ADA regulations, wheelchair-accessible service is available on all lines (although most service is operated with true-low-floor double-deck coaches). This can now be done online or by phone.

The Canadian Megabus fleet consists of 15 2009 TD925 buses operated by Trentway-Wagar. All of the Canadian fleet is equipped with electrical outlets and Wi-Fi. The Canadian buses are pooled with the US fleet for NYC-Toronto or Philadelphia-Toronto runs, with drivers swapping at Buffalo to stay within their certified country. On these runs, the buses will typically only have Wi-Fi service available in the home country for the bus being used; i.e., Canadian buses will turn off their WiFi at the US border, and American buses will turn off WiFi upon entering Canada. This is to avoid roaming charges from the cellular carriers that provide internet service.

Notable incidents

Megabus vehicles have been involved in several crashes. (This list does not include Megabus vehicles operated by DATTCO or Concord Coach Lines on services to and from Boston and services on the M25, which are operated separately).

The safety of curbside bus services came under scrutiny in 2011 after the World Wide Tours bus crash caused 14 fatalities.[84] The National Transportation Safety Board conducted a six-month study and found that while bus travel was considerably safer than by car, curbside buses had seven times the fatality rates of traditional bus lines.[85][86]


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