A popular Northeast intercity bus carrier with newly introduced Florida routes is accused of violating Orlando law.
MegaBus, which advertises fares as low as $1, began service between major Florida cities in May with a Tampa-Orlando route. In Orlando, the company is subject to a complaint for violating a city ordinance.
According to documents obtained by 10 News, Orlando’s code enforcement department says the carrier for did not obtain permission to put up tents or port-a-potties at its Orlando area stop, erected following customer complaints.
The bus company is scheduled to stand before the city’s code enforcement board July 18 to remedy the issue.For more the MegaBus complaint, head over to 10 News.