Sept. 28, 2010
-- GotoBus.com is pleased to announce its expansion into the northwest region of the United States. Previously, most of their bus services were located throughout the northeast corridor and southwest region. Responding to customer demand for additional services, GotoBus has prompted the addition of new routes through their partnership with Fronteras del Norte (http://www.gotobus.com/
fronteras/). These new routes cover California, Oregon, and Washington, with a total of 19 new destinations and departures. With these additional bus routes, travel throughout the northwest region is fast, budget-friendly, and more flexible than ever before.
The most current schedules, bus stop locations, and pricing information, may be found online by selecting the departure and arrival locations on the GotoBus interactive map (http://www.gotobus.com/
bus/). New cities along this route include: Dorris and Huntington Park, California; Albany, Grants Pass, Hillsboro, Hood River, Klamanth Falls, Madras, Medford, Milton Freewater, Portland, Salem, Springfield, Tualatin, and Woodburn, Oregon; Mabton, Quincy, Royal City, and Walla Walla, Washington.
Fronteras del Norte is one of over 300 bus and tour operators, including the Chinatown bus (http://www.gotobus.com/chinatownbus/
) whose services are currently marketed by GotoBus. All information was accurate at the time of publishing. Complete ticketing information can be found online.
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GotoBus is the leading online marketplace for bus tickets, tours, and sightseeing activities. The GotoBus online booking system, similar to those used by major airlines, makes it easy for travelers to quickly compare schedules, prices, and pickup/drop-
off locations for over 300 bus and tour companies. GotoBus.com is also the fastest growing gateway for bus travel on the Internet. In February 2007, The Washington Post featured GotoBus.com as one of the best travel websites and named it 'Best of the Web' in the 'Motorcoaches' category. The company was most recently featured in 2009 by the New York Times.