BoltBus has no stations, baggage handlers or ticket agents. The black and red buses do offer wifi and places to plug in laptops.
The Seattle Times reported prices vary, based on demand. Most tickets are sold online and a few are sold curbside. At least one seat on each bus sells for just $1.
Spokesman Tim Stokes said BoltBus is considering a Seattle-Vancouver, B.C., route.
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