Orange County’s Orange County Transit Authority (OCTA) has released its annual tickets for Greyhound buses to Orlando.
The tickets will go on sale Friday, March 11 at 11:59 a.m. to coincide with the Magic’s first home game of the season against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Tickets will cost $20, with $15 per adult and $10 for children 5 and under.
The OCTA said tickets will be sold through its website and will be available for purchase at participating Orange County Ticket Centers.
The Orange County ticket centers also are offering discounted tickets to fans in the Orlando area.
Fans are encouraged to buy online at www.orlandosworldwide.com and pick up their tickets at the Orange County Transportation Center.
The Orlando Pride announced the Greyhound Bus Schedule on its website in November.
The Pride has previously announced that the team would be flying a limited number of tickets for fans to attend the game on March 11, 2016.
The Pride announced on its Twitter account that tickets would go on public sale for fans in Orlando on Friday.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution to allow Greyhound to operate on Orlando’s streets, in November 2015.
The decision was based on concerns from Orange County Supervisor Mark Dermody that the Orange Line would be congested during the Pride’s visit to Orlando, which was the first time the Pride had used the Orange Lines in the city since the 2014 season.
The OCTA announced in October that Greyhound had been granted the Orange Bus Terminal.
The announcement that Greyhounds would use Orlando’s roads was greeted with praise from Orange county residents, who said they were looking forward to being able to travel to the city.
“It’s really exciting, and we’re excited about it,” Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs said.
“We’re excited for Greyhound to have the option to use the roads because that means we can use them more often and to be able to use more buses.”
The Orange Line currently runs through downtown Orlando, downtown and south Orange County.