The number of passengers shown below includes all standard passengers, mobility aid passengers, special requirements passengers, PCAs, children and infants. All children under 17 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (17 years of age or over) when traveling on megabus.com.
A special requirement can range from a request for assistance boarding, a seat downstairs
or for a wheelchair or scooter.
Find these on the confirmation you received for your original reservation. Your
order number is 7 characters long and may contain letters and numbers (e.g.: AA4H2W7).
Your reservation number is at least 29 characters long and will contain letters
and numbers, separated by a series of dashes. (e.g.: 7-6163-042313-M3-1030-NYC-BOS).
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address then enter your last name instead.
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My trip involves crossing the Canadian/US border – does it require my passport?
Persons traveling across the U.S./Canadian border should research information on documents needed to cross the border from the relevant U.S. and Canadian government agencies; as such requirements are subject to change. A valid passport is required for citizens of any nation, including citizens of the United States and Canada, to cross the border in either direction between the United States and Canada. Passengers are advised to consult with their government if they seek to cross the border without a valid passport. For U.S. Government information, passengers should consult with U.S. Customs and Border Protection at www.cbp.gov. For Canadian Government information, passengers should consult with Citizenship and Immigration Canada at www.cic.gc.ca.
A guardian traveling with children must provide proof of custody or notarized parental authorization for travel. An adult accompanying a child who is neither a parent nor guardian of the child should have written permission from a parent or guardian to accompany the child across the border, including the name and contact information of the parent or guardian.
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