What’s the scoop with all these pop up routes?

If you’ve been following the OurBus site lately, you’re sure to have notice several “pop-up” routes and we wanted to let you know a little more about these. The pop up concept is not a traditional route with a consistent schedule — rather, a temporary route in a particularly high demand area. We run these routes for a limited time based on the destinations and time of year. Let’s look at a few of these. We’re serving a new pop…

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Introducing the Pop Up Route Concept

If you’ve been following the OurBus site lately, you’re sure to have notice several “pop-up” routes and we wanted to let you know a little more about these. The pop up concept is not a traditional route with a consistent schedule — rather, a temporary route in a particularly high demand area. We run these routes for a limited time based on the destinations and time of year. Let’s look at a few of these. We’re serving a new pop…

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OurBus Expands to Texas With Thanksgiving Bus Service

OurBus Expands to Texas With Thanksgiving Bus Service New Pop-Up Routes Connect College Station, Austin, Oklahoma City, and Additional Cities For Immediate Release – NOVEMBER 5, 2018 NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – OurBus, a tech company specializing in crowdsourced intercity and commuter bus routes, is proud to pilot service in the Lone Star State and Oklahoma, offering routes connecting Austin, College Station, Dallas, Houston and Oklahoma City, OK, during peak Thanksgiving 2018 travel time, starting Tuesday, Nov 20 through Sunday, Nov. 25.…

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10 Best Museums in Washington DC

Museums are one of the Washington D.C’s biggest draws. These are activities commonly dismissed by many as snoozefests. Here you will find temples dedicated to everything in history alongside serious dives into modern art. It is an experience you can’t miss when you are in this town. Here are the best museums to visit while you are in the city. National Museum of American History This is the place to soak American history. It hosts the beloved tale of the…

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They say Virginia is for lovers. If you happen to be drive, fly or float by Virginia, make sure to stop in the city of Alexandria! Close to the capitol of the United States, Washington D.C., Virginia makes for a fun day trip if you happen to be visiting the White House. You may visit museums, parks, exciting forts as well as native heritage sites and rivers. The town is right by the Potomac River and has water taxis, boat…

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New Pop Up Routes Coming to Texas

OurBus is introducing several new pop-up routes in Texas, over a 5 day period during Thanksgiving. San Marcos, College Station, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Galveston, and Oklahoma City, OK will be the routes served by this new pop-up. Additionally, the routes will run for five days, that is, 11/20, 11/21, 11/22, 11/23, 11/24 and 11/25. The reason for this venture is to involve new partners, tap into the vast demand typically present during the holiday season and also gain…

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A History of Pennsylvania State University

Guided by General Assembly act P.L.46, No.50, the Commonwealth established the Pennsylvania State University on 22nd February 1885. James Irvin of Bellefonte donated 200 acres when the Pennsylvania University was founded. The first class graduated in 1861 where they trained the baccalaureate program graduates. The university’s name was later changed to Agricultural College of Pennsylvania in 1862. In the same year, It was selected as the main college in the State. In 1865, the school changed its name again to…

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9 Surprising Things You Can Do in State College, PA

Life has to be full of surprises. There are many things which you can do in State College, PA that I think will give even the ordinary traveler a bit of. Below are 9 surprising things you can do in State College, PA: 1. Go back in time while touring cavern on the boat There is one specific cavern which offers a tour by boat — super cool. Penn’s Cave is located in Centre Hall. This water-filled cavern offers breath…

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Pop Up State College Trips Coming this November

Are you a member of the Penn State community and want to travel to from State College for the Thanksgiving holiday? If so, we’ve got you covered with two new pop-up routes we are introducing: State College – King of Prussia – Philadelphia State College – Harrisburg – York – Lancaster Both routes will run on November 16 and November 25 only, allowing faculty, staff, students and the greater Penn State community to travel to home or family in the…

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Top 5 Things to Do at the International Spy Museum

Everybody has wanted to be a spy at some point in their life, whether they covet the glamorous lifestyle, the cool gadgets, expensive cars or action packed missions the life of a movie spy appears to be something glorious. Despite the public media’s depiction of espionage it is a little more grounded methodical, relying on secret communication and encryption. Learning about what it takes to be a spy can be a great deal of fun, especially at the International Spy…

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