Service Begins on East Coast Today

$1, intercity express bus serves first East Coast travelers 10,000 FREE

seats available May 30-June 5

May 30, 2008, 01:00 ET from

    NEW YORK, May 30 /PRNewswire/ --, a low-cost, express bus
 service which offers fares as low as $1 via the Internet will make its
 first East Coast journeys today. Having served more than one million
 customers in its West and Midwest markets, now offers East
 Coast residents travel between New York and Boston, Washington,
 Philadelphia, Baltimore, Buffalo, N.Y. and Atlantic City, N.J. in the
 United States; and Toronto.
     See for route availability, arrival and
 departure times and travel alerts. The Web site is available in English and
     "The overwhelming popularity of's innovative, express bus
 service prompted us to expand to the East Coast," said Dale Moser,
 president and chief operating officer of "Our Midwest same
 city sales are up 107 percent from 2007."
     "Seventy-nine percent of our customers are choosing to travel with instead of driving, flying or taking the train and have been
 delighted with their travel experiences, " Moser added. "With current gas
 prices and financial strains, continues to be the best value
 for the money choice of the traveling public."
     Customers are encouraged to book early to secure fares as low as $1 and
 will pay competitive fares the closer they book to the day of departure., a sister company of Gray Line New York Sightseeing and
 subsidiary of Coach USA, offers its customers a unique and economical way
 to travel. provides convenient online booking, guaranteed
 seating, greener, safer, state-of-the-art coaches, free WiFi (beginning
 June 9) and free video.
     About is the first intercity, express bus line dedicated to
 bringing high-quality, low-cost travel options to eight East Coast cities,
 17 Midwest cities and seven West Coast cities for as low as $1 via the
 Internet. Service for operates daily. Fares shown are one-way
 and include all government taxes. Since its launch on April 10, 2006, has served one million travelers. Visit
 for additional service routes to and from the listed cities.
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