SuperBus green-lit for Estonian domestic routes after half-year of delays

  • 2015-11-04
  • By Helen Wright
TALLINN - Low-cost bus service SuperBus, which rolled out services in the Baltics earlier this year, has finally been given the go-ahead to put its vehicles on the road in Estonia after months of delays. The bus company, which is owned by Sir Brian Souter, who runs MegaBus in the UK and PolskiBus in Poland, among others, will offer budget travel to Tartu, Narva, and Parnu from Tallinn for as little as 1 euro per seat. Originally the company planned to start running vehicles in July, but have only now been granted permission to start on Dec. 14, ERR reported. Init...
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