Monday, April 10, 2006

Megabus!

Nuvo has an article about a new bus service which links Indianapolis to Chicago, Columbus and Cincinnati. If you buy early, the round trip could be as low as two dollars. I looked up Chicago for a Friday departure and a Sunday return and the roundtrip fares ranged from 9-16 dollars. That's not too bad, especially when you factor in gas and parking in Chicago. I think this bus makes perfect sense to go to Chicago. It is much better to read or maybe drink while on 4 hour bus trip than it is sit behind the wheel in crawling bumper to bumper traffic on the skyway.

I don't know if I would take the bus for the Cincinnati and Columbus routes unless I were going to a Crew match or Reds game and then to return home. These cities do not have the public transportation that Chicago has and I would want a car if I were to stay a period of time.

Here is Megabus' site.

2 Comments:

Blogger Brian D. said...

Ummm...interesting. I wish that had been an option a few weeks ago when I traveled to Chicago.

Personally I would prefer a high speed rail system, but no one is willing to fund the several billion dollars it would take to buy the right of way and lay the track. But you wouldn't be stuck on 80-94 or the Tollway in rush hour.

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