Vamoose Bus Beefs up Service to ‘March For Our Lives’ and ‘Cherry Blossom Festival’ events in DC

Bus booking data predicts a robust increase in travel activity to the Washington, DC area.

New York, March 12, 2018 – Vamoose Bus, an intercity bus company serving NYC and the DC area, estimates that travel activity in the New York City – Washington, DC corridor is expected to reach a high-peak on the fourth weekend of March 2018. The March For Our Lives rally, which will be held in Washington, DC on Saturday, March 24, 2018, and the annual Cherry Blossom Festival, which is scheduled to kick off on the same day, are expected to draw millions of attendees.

“As we are nearing the day of these events, we’re noticing a high volume of bus tickets sold,” said Fred Lastres, Director of Operations at Vamoose Bus. “Booking data suggest that the number of travelers who will flock to the Washington, DC area may reach a record level.”

Lastres added that Vamoose Bus is monitoring the flow of bus reservations, and will continue to expand the bus schedules to accommodate the stream of travelers heading to DC area to participate in the respective events.

Passengers can get schedule information and purchase bus tickets by visiting


About Vamoose Bus
Vamoose Bus, a bus company headquartered in NYC, operates daily buses between Midtown Manhattan and several cities in suburban Washington, D.C. The bus stops are conveniently located at Penn Station in New York City; Bethesda Metro station in Bethesda, MD; Rosslyn Metro station in Arlington, VA; and Lorton VRE station in Lorton, VA.

Launched in 2004, Vamoose Bus has built a reputation for dependable on-time departures and arrivals, convenient pick-up and drop-off locations, cost-effective travel fares, and especially, a safe travel experience. Vamoose Bus was awarded “Best Bus to NYC” by Washingtonian Magazine in 2015.

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