Megabus and Miller Transportation partner to expand bus service

ELIZABETH, N.J. – Megabus, one of the largest bus companies in North America, has announced a new partnership with Miller Transportation, one of the largest transportation companies serving the Midwest.

This partnership will allow for expanded service for 56 cities, including connecting Chicago with 23 cities, Detroit with 13 cities, Indianapolis with 32 cities, Louisville with 24 cities, Nashville with seven cities and Memphis with 13 cities.

“By working together with Megabus and selling our tickets on, Miller Transportation can sell excess seating inventory and introduce our brand and convenient destinations to new customers across North America,” said John Miller, CEO of Miller Transportation. “For over 85 years Miller Transportation has provided one of the most reliable and safest transportation options, and we are proud to continue this legacy as we partner with Megabus.”

Miller Transportation and its subsidiary Hoosier Ride provide interline scheduled route service throughout Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee.

Latest partnership for Megabus, part of Coach USA, offers intercity bus service across the Eastern, Southern and Midwestern United States and in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. It’s known for offering city-to-city express bus service across North America with fares as low as $1. The company recently introduced real-time tracking on buses, allowing customers to monitor their buses with live departure and arrival times. recently announced partnerships with Trailways of New York and Peter Pan Lines to expand its routes across the Northeast. 

“The continued expansion of our network to more than 50 cities throughout the central United States is an exciting opportunity for Megabus,” said Colin Emberson, VP Commercial for Megabus. “We’re pleased to be able to offer the customers in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Tennessee and Kentucky additional convenient and safe travel options with connections to points beyond.”

Schedules are now available and tickets can be purchased today for travel beginning on Jan. 25 at

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