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|Tuesday, May 01, 2012|
BoltBus will make its West Coast debut May 17 with four daily trips between Portland and Seattle.
Owned by Greyhound but operated as a separate division, BoltBus has been running in the Northeast between Boston and Washington since 2008. Coaches have leather seats, more legroom than Greyhound buses, panorama windows, wi-fi service and electrical connections.
"We operate more like an airline by taking reservations, boarding by group numbers and having a loyalty program," said David Hall, general manager.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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