Expands to Texas and the Southern U.S.

by Staff on May 31, 2012

Express-bus company, which offers fares from $1, is expanding service to Texas and the southern United States.

Residents of Dallas, Houston and San Antonio will be able to travel on buses to Austin, Texas; Norman, Oklahoma; Memphis, Tennessee; Little Rock, Arkansas; and New Orleans, at fares beginning at $1.

Dallas is one of three Texas cities from which is offering services throughout the southern U.S. service in Texas will begin June 19. Customers can book travel on the new services from May 31 at

The bus company’s fares start at around $1 and get higher as the traveling date gets closer. Customers are encouraged to book early to secure $1 fares.

“ has rapidly become the travel option of choice for millions of people and today we’re excited to bring our unique travel option to Texas and the southern United States,” says Dale Moser, president and COO of

“As Americans continue to look for ways to stretch their income, we look forward to providing safe, convenient and affordable travel to the millions of residents in the South,” adds Moser.

A double-decker coach travels through Houston, Texas, where the company began service on June 19, 2012

During the first week of sales all tickets will be no more than $1 and the company will offer 10,000 free seats. will also provide additional $1 fares during the following weeks.

The free and $1 seats will be available on for departures to and from Dallas and the expansion cities, subject to availability on select dates and routes., a subsidiary of Coach USA, which in turn is a subsidiary of UK-based bus- and rail-transport giant Stagecoach, began operations in April 2006 and has become one of the largest intercity express bus travel providers in North America, transporting more than 18 million travelers to date.

The company operates modern, environmentally friendly buses which feature free Wi-Fi, power outlets for laptops, and restrooms.

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Charles Stovall May 31, 2012 at 1:27 pm

This is great for everyone! I hope it starts at some point in Hot Springs, AR. I would definitely use it.


Diane June 4, 2012 at 12:07 am

This is a great equalizer, hope it starts in Los Angeles real soon, about time someone thinks of doing something nice and affordable for the poor and middle class of North America. We usually just get more and more poor customer service and increased cost for no apparent reason!


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