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Ontario Northland is the bus service stemming from Ontario Northland Railway, one of the longest operating rail services in Canada. First established in 1902, Ontario Northland began ramping up bus operations in 2012 and currently covers 121 cities with 22413 routes. With such a large number of trips both local and long-distance, there is a large variance in ticket prices. Depending on the route, an Ontario Northland bus ticket could cost anywhere between $6.54 and $436.02. Major hubs include Ottawa, Toronto, and North Bay; service extends as far west as Winnipeg.
Yes, Ontario Northland offers WiFi on their buses. Although most trips with Ontario Northland will have WiFi as advertised, some buses might not come equipped with WiFi and onboard WiFi can lose its connection in rural areas. We recommend you bring a book or download a movie just to play it safe. Ontario Northland WiFi is generally best used for surfing the web, checking emails and chatting with friends; you shouldn’t count on the WiFi to binge watch your favorite show.
Yes, there are power outlets onboard Ontario Northland buses. You can generally find one or two sockets per row of seats, so be a good traveller and check if your seat neighbor might want to charge up their devices as well. With the onboard power outlets, you can charge both a computer and USB devices with a USB power adapter that typically comes with most phones and tablets.
Since Ontario Northland might sometimes use replacement bus vehicles, not all trips are guaranteed to have power points. We recommend to bring a power bank to charge your phone for all trips over 2 hours, just in case.
On a typical day, Ontario Northland has 19967 scheduled bus trips in total. However, the exact departure and arrival times vary depending on the day and route. The best way to find the exact schedule for your trip is to use the search tool on this page.
No, Ontario Northland does not offer will call tickets. You should purchase your tickets online and make sure you have everything you need to board before you arrive at the station.
Yes, Ontario Northland requires you to present an ID to an agent to be allowed to board the bus. Make sure you have identification issued by a government agency that meets the carrier’s requirements. Alternative IDs, such as a college ID, won’t work.
Ontario Northland is taking steps to ensure safe travel for passengers during the coronavirus outbreak.
As part of its COVID-19 policies:
Click here to learn more about COVID-19 travel guidelines.
Yes, there are bathrooms on Ontario Northland buses. The bathrooms are pretty basic and include a toilet, toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Most bathrooms don’t have running water. As you will be using a bathroom on a moving vehicle, please use caution and hold on to a rail at all times.
Ontario Northland does not offer meals or beverages onboard. We recommend you bring a drink and some snacks for your trip. We also suggest packing a reusable water bottle with you to reduce your impact on the environment. However, note that most buses do not allow you to bring your own alcoholic drinks.
Ontario Northland does not require a printed ticket to board the bus. Instead, an eTicket is sent to you by email when you make your reservation. You can use your smartphone to show this eTicket to the ticketing agent as you board.
Ontario Northland focuses on delivering a great travel experience at a low price and currently does not offer premium features like extra legroom or onboard entertainment. But these days, between your laptop, tablet, smartphone and e-reader, you’re the master of your own entertainment even on longer journeys.
With 19,967 Ontario Northland trips per day, there are a lot of great deals to uncover for the bargain hunter and Ontario Northland tickets start at just $6.54. Check out some of the latest and greatest deals snatched up by Wanderu users.
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