Megabus is a low cost bus service driving between Toronto and Montreal. It is a good cheaper option than flying if you are not in a rush. When taking into account the time spent at the airport, it is not a significantly longer journey than flying.
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You can take one bag with you on board, but space is limited in the overhead compartments, so you'll likely have to keep it by your seat.+ Show Full Policy
Customers can take on board one small piece of hand luggage that will fit in the overhead storage compartment or under the seat. Please keep in mind that the overhead storage compartments on buses are usually smaller than those found on airplanes.
One bag is allowed, weighing no more than 50 lbs (23kg). In our experience, they're quite lenient with this limit, but if the bus is full, it may be enforced more strictly.+ Show Full Policy
You can carry up to ONE (1) piece of luggage per customer (50 pound maximum) on megabus.com services.
For guidance this should be no more than the size of a standard suitcase and should not weigh more than 50 pounds (23kg). The dimensions must not exceed 62 inches (157cm) when adding the total exterior dimensions of the piece (length + width + height). Customers can also take on board one (1) small piece of hand luggage that will fit in the overhead storage compartment or under the seat.
Luggage is subject to inspection when crossing international borders. You will be asked to declare any items subject to duty upon crossing the border, and must claim all luggage at the border crossing point before proceeding. No luggage is allowed across the border unless claimed by a customer and megabus.com is not responsible for any luggage crossing international borders.
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There are no official excess/oversize baggage policies for Megabus, and luggage is usually taken on a space-available basis. As the buses are double-deckers, the cargo hold is on the back of the bus, and usually has a more difficult access than a typical coach bus. This limits the size and weight of oversize bags that can be carried, plus there are usually more passengers on the bus, each with their own luggage.
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