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Megabus.com expands Cincinnati service to Cleveland

Source: Megabus.com Source: Megabus.com
NEW YORK (FOX19) -

Megabus.com, the discounted, city-to-city bus service, announced Thursday they will begin daily service from Cincinnati to Cleveland via Coach USA subsidiary Lakefront Lines.

Direct daily routes to Cleveland will depart from the northeast corner of 4th and Race Street. It will arrive near Cleveland State University at the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center, located at 2115 East 22nd Street.

Service will begin August 1.

"We're excited to expand our service area and provide Cincinnati customers with an additional destination," said Mike Alvich, VP of marketing and public relations for megabus.com/Coach USA. "The Cleveland arrival location at the GCRTA's Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center, with its wonderful facilities and convenient access to local transit services, makes for an ideal stop before continuing on to your final destination."

Lakefront Lines Inc. was purchased by Coach USA, megabus.com's parent company, in July 2012. 

Megabus.com was launched in April 2006 and is one of the largest city-to-city express bus service providers in North America.

Visit www.megabus.com for additional information about the service, schedules, arrival and departure times and fares.

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