Newly Launched Alberta Bus Service & Coach Bus Transportation | MyEBus.ca
Albertans Will Now Have New Daily Scheduled Passenger Bus Service!
ebus launches Thursday, October 20th
(Edmonton) – ebus will launch its Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary daily scheduled passenger bus service on Thursday, October 20th. Albertans now have a choice.
The new ebus passenger service is in direct response to the Provincial Government’s Alberta Transportation Bus Modernization Program. ebus is the first new bus service to offer multiple daily trips in over 30 years.
ebus, General Manager, John Stepovy notes "the public deserves an economical and safe transportation alternative and ebus will offer passengers a new schedule, economical fares, onboard Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi), 110V power-outlets, lap belts and excellent service."
The initial ebus schedule offers passengers a variety of departure options, including; four (4) departures from Edmonton and Calgary (Sunday-Monday-Thursday-Friday), three (3) departures (Tuesday-Wednesday), two (2) departures Saturday. All departures include pick up and drop off in Red Deer.
"As part of our commitment to provide economical fares, ebus is offering Webfares," says Stepovy. "Passengers will automatically receive a $5 dollar saving every time they book online and people can start booking their reservations effective Monday, October 17th".
Also, as part of its launch ebus will offer the first three seats on every departure for just $1 (one dollar)! The inaugural promotion will apply on all its schedules beginning October 20th and continue until November 30th. "We are encouraging new passengers to sample our service and we believe our economical fares will definitely motivate more passengers to use ebus.”
ebus will operate from Red Arrow Motorcoach offices and locations in Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary and will also serve as Ticket Agent for ebus. “As part of our planning we have heard and listened to Albertans and ebus is the travel alternative they want, it’s economical, efficient, safe and available to everyone in the communities we serve,” says Stepovy.