Megabus resumes service to Dallas


Credit: WFAA

Megabus double-decker coaches offer power outlets and wi-fi service to inter-city travelers.



Posted on November 18, 2012 at 10:22 PM

Updated Sunday, Nov 18 at 10:48 PM

DART East Transfer Center

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DALLAS — After being told by Dallas to hit the road, Megabus is rolling back in.

The discount bus service — famous for fares as low as $1 — will start operating out of downtown Dallas again on Monday.

In June, the company moved its local stop to Grand Prairie after it hit a roadblock with Dallas over permits.

Megabus now has the permission needed and will add a stop at the DART East Transfer Center at 330 North Olive Street, next door to the Sheraton Dallas hotel.

Megabus offers service from Dallas to Austin and San Antonio; to Norman and Oklahoma City Oklahoma; to Little Rock, Arkansas; and to Memphis, Tennessee. Its fleet of double-decker coaches  offers power outlets and free Wi-Fi service to travelers.