The Megabus effect

On a Chicago morning in late December, 60 people are lined up outside along a downtown street, waiting for buses headed to Des Moines, Indianapolis, and Kansas City. It's 20F, the wind talons, and the travelers sway and stamp. A student of clinical psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, standing near four dreadlocked…

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  1. The actual definition of an “unaccompanied woman” riding on a Megabus is what a normal person refers to as a “passenger.” Excuse me Mr. Dale Moser, but your sexist BS has no place in this modern free market. Please grow up.