Ah yes, wasn't thinking of East Midlands Parkway although I did it myself recently - didn't know about the Scottish ones.Megabus have employed connections a lot in its history. For example connections at Winchester and service stations south of Sheffield. Megabusplus involves connections at East Midlands Parkway. They still have connections at Perth to enable onward travel to Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh. They also do connections at Glasgow to western Scotland services using Citylink such as Oban.
Indeed, but most companies let you have an idea of what the service will be like (when it runs, how long it takes) before the day bookings start whereas megabus doesn't make it easy to find things like that our even afterwards.The press release shows booking to start tomorrow.
Vehicles expected to be the 10 B9R/Panthers delivered last year.
53636-45 (Volvo B9R) are all based at Rugby, though as Megabus operates on a 3 or 4 day cycle, they will be at other depots for most days of the week.youl maybe know better mbonwick but thought that last load of megabus Panthers were opperating up Scotland way as of late September, seeing off the B10 coaches on M8, M92 etc workings? Or was there another batch after?
Il certainly consider using them on a journey to Europe.