Greyhound has service from downtown Chicago to downtown London, Ontario. Adult fare is about $80 without any discounts. HOWEVER, while Amtrak does not offer direct service from Chicago to London, one may take the train from Chicago to Detroit ($27 - $48) and then the Greyhound from Detroit to London ($25) or Robert Q from the airport ($60). Costs less and the train leg is a much more comfortable and preferable way to travel. www.amtrak.com www.greyhound.com www.robertq.com
London Buses was created in 1999.
about 7 hours
About 400 miles.
Yes there is a London in Ontario
Most London buses are powered by an internal combustion engine fueled by diesel.
There are about 120 miles between Toronto Ontario and London Ontario.
London Ontario Canada
A London bus does not have a gender.
London buses don't have any particular name but you might be thinking about the 'doubledeckers' which are common in all of the UK, not just London.
London, Ontario is 48o 58' N. London, England is 51o 31' N - So London, Ontario is further north.
No, there are single deck buses as well.
from London ont to Chicago is about 7 hrs.....that's goin through windsor to Detroit and so on....might be quicker goin through sarnia to port Huron but not sure.
London, Ontario is 5 hours behind London, England. So if they wedding starts at 9am London England time, it will be 4am in London Ontario
Single deckers, double deckers and bendy buses
It is about 63km from London, Ontario to Stratford, Ontario. Driving time is about 1 hour, 5 minutes.
The colour of every London bus is red.
So they can be more easily spotted and recognized as buses in traffic.
The population of London, Ontario as of 2006 is...City: ~350,000Metro: ~450,000
London Ontario to Minnesota is 976 miles (1,570km)
About 82 kilometres is the distance from London to Bayfield.