Megabus will resume service in and out of NYC next week

Megabus will resume its budget bus service between New York City and Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. next week, the company announced.

Even as the Big Apple remains on coronavirus lockdown, inter-city buses will run on “limited schedules” beginning June 1, the company said in an email to customers Tuesday.

The email insisted Megabus is “reopening responsibly” after canceling all service in and out of the city in March.

Megabus is requiring passengers to wear masks, according to its website, and says it will limit bus capacity to allow for social distancing.

Tickets are currently available just for two trips per day between New York City and D.C. in each direction.

On Wednesday, Trailways of New York, which provides inter-city service across the state, also said it would resume service on June 1. Trailways buses have been off the road since April.

Other NYC to D.C. bus services in and out of New York remain out of commission due to coronavirus, including Bolt Bus and Vamoose. The latter plans to resume service June 18.

Greyhound has continued to operate through the pandemic.

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