Low-fare bus company NeOn has added stops at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Henrietta on its New York to Toronto route, officials announced Thursday. The company is a joint operation of Greyhound Lines Inc., Adirondack Transit Lines Inc. and Passengerbus Corp. Inc.
There are two NeOn round-trip schedules each day between New York City and Toronto, with stops on both schedules at Buffalo Niagara International Airport and stops on the morning schedule in Henrietta.
Tickets are as low as $1 each way, the company said.
â€œWe are excited to continue to work with Greyhound Canada as we expand our new NeOn service to the Buffalo Airport and Henrietta markets,â€ said Eugene Berardi Jr., president and CEO of Adirondack Trailways.
Scheduling and booking information is at www.neonbus.com.
In October, low-fare bus company Megabus.com announced its plans to expand its service to include Rochester. The intercity, express bus line also planned to add Albany, Syracuse and Niagara Falls, Ontario, all with direct routes from New York City. Service to the new cities began this week.
That firm is a subsidiary of Coach USA and sister company of Gray Line New York Sightseeing.
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