Megabus now offers hourly daytime trips between Toronto and Montreal, with sixteen daily departures on Thursdays through Mondays.
In addition to increased service between Toronto and Montreal, Megabus has tripled the number of departures from Toronto to Niagara Falls for the tourist season.
Buses run every day from 5:45 am to 10:45 pm with departures occurring almost every hour. The company also increased its service between Toronto, London, and Western University, with eight daily trips on Thursdays through Mondays.
Tickets from Toronto to Montreal start at $1 if booked well in advance.
According to the company’s online booking platform, most trips between Toronto and Montreal cost between $50 and $70 each way, while most trips between Toronto and Kingston cost between $40 and $50 each way.
Colin Emberson, VP Commercial for Megabus, said in a press release, “With summertime and warmer weather upon us, we’re expecting heavy volumes of travelers in Canada. 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.”
Megabus offers “luxury double deckers” with at-seat power outlets, free Wi-Fi, and panoramic windows.
The company recently launched trips between Toronto and Detroit with stops in a number of Ontario cities. Tickets from Toronto to Montreal start at $1 if booked well in advance and can be purchased on the Megabus website.