Starting this month, travelers between Los Angeles and San Francisco will have the option to sleep the journey away on an overnight bus ride, reports Curbed San Francisco.
It works like this: Cabin stacks two dozen “sleep pods” onto each bus, bunk-bed style. Trips roll out at 11 p.m. and arrive at seven o’clock the next morning. There’s Wi-Fi and an onboard lounge for the benefit of insomniacs or anyone who finds themselves too taken by the novelty of the trip to actually sleep.
In comments to Mashable, Currier says the company wants to coin the phrase “moving hotel” because “buses have such a negative brand perception,” hence dropping the word from the company’s name.
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Why is it so hard to get portable equipment to go to patients who can’t come to you? I just want to do good overnight sleep studies as in the past when I did this kind of work. I have been in this field for now over 32 years.