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  • New buses on Toronto-Montreal route have smoother ride, says Coach Canada


    Published 12/19/2012 17:40:33

    TORONTO - Coach Canada says its 15 new double-decker buses, worth $11 million and being rolled out this week on the busy Toronto-Montreal route, offer a more comfortable ride and an improved environmental impact.

    Made by the Belgian company Van Hool, the buses replace double-decker coaches introduced by Coach Canada in 2009. They will also be used between Toronto and Buffalo, N.Y., with a stop at Buffalo airport.

    Two extra tires at the rear make for a smoother ride, the company says. As well, emissions have been cut. The 81-passenger vehicles feature power outlets and free Wi-Fi.

    Coach Canada offers 14 departures daily in each direction between Toronto and Montreal with a stop in Kingston, Ont. One-way fares range from $10 to $92, a spokesperson said.

    Between Toronto and Buffalo there are six departures daily in each direction, with one-way fares ranging from $1 to $26.

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