SleepBus

Bus between SF & LA. Sleep in pods w/ TV & WiFi.

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Derek MinterHunterHiring@derekminter · @PurseIO, Prev Founder at Honeybadgr
Take the SleepBus to LA The SleepBus Departs San Francisco at the 24th Street BART Station at 11p everynight. You'll arrive in LA at 7a for the sunrise and can keep sleeping until noon. Each sleeper cab has fresh sheets, free coffee, and WiFi. $65 - One Way (24 Bunk Bus) $140 - One Way (12 Bunk Bus) The SleepBus Departs LA at the Patsaouras Transit Plaza at 11p everynight. You'll arrive in SF at 7a for the sunrise and can keep sleeping until noon. Each sleeper cab has fresh sheets, free coffee, and WiFi. $65 - One Way (24 Bunk Bus) $140 - One Way (12 Bunk Bus)
Omid Ahourai@ardentkid · Dev & UI, Digital Nomad, Entrepreneur
great idea
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I'm intrigued. Not sure I'd prefer this over the short flight but I can see this being useful for regular commuters.
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@rrhoover you've got to factor in as well that the flights can get pretty expensive (~$250); and you also waste a load of time during checking in, stuck on the runway waiting for it to take off etc.
Robert Holland@robert_holland
Nice
I would LOVE this, but I worry about the legality/safety of having passengers both not wearing seat belts and lying flat. I'd guess that's the reason bunk/sleeper style travel has been limited to trains in the past.
Robert Holland@robert_holland
@kevinflo Megabus has been doing this in the UK for awhile. It's called Megabus Gold. Albeit this is much more fancier.
Sam Green@senthos · Founder, My Geek Review.
Are the pods shared?
allison wagdaPro@alliewag · strategy/marketing, Versal
I take the train between SJ and LA every other month or so, and find this an interesting alternative (the Coast Starlight takes it's time - 10+hours). I'd want to know what controls they have in place to ensure fresh, awake drivers. Edit: There's also a curious lack of information on the website.