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Discounts Help Bus Travel Thrive In Some Cities

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Discounts Help Bus Travel Thrive In Some Cities

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Discounts Help Bus Travel Thrive In Some Cities

Discounts Help Bus Travel Thrive In Some Cities

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As traveling becomes more costly and difficult, intercity buses are providing an alternative. Bus companies are enjoying momentous growth as they remake the experience with discount express service and new amenities. In some cities, cheap, comfortable buses appear to be the ideal solution. But some experts say the new approach will not provide a viable alternative for most drivers.

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