Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company to resume bus service Friday, May 14
Hyannis to Boston routes will be first to be re-introduced to public
By: PR First
CEO Win Sargent said that, initially, the company will offer bus service between Hyannis and Boston, with stops along the South Shore and then at South Station, and Logan Airport. The number of daily round trips will depend on customer demand; he said that the company's feedback from customers has indicated considerable interest in the service being resumed. "We're ready," he said, "and we're excited to be back on the road."
P&B passengers will enjoy their commute in the company's new, state-of-the-
The company invested $14 million in this new fleet of MCI motorcoaches as part of their expansion plans.
Tickets will be available May 1, either online at www.p-b.com or at any number of the company's kiosks, located in Hyannis and South Station. Passengers will be required to wear masks boarding the buses, and the company will follow strict safety protocols.
"We are delighted to be able to resume service for our customers," Sargent said, adding, "For us, the determining factor has always been when we can safely restore service. The well-being of our customers and drivers is and always will be paramount. With the safety measures we have in place, the air purification system that we employ, and the increased vaccination schedule, we are ready to go. And we look forward to seeing our passengers again!"
About Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company was purchased in 2019 by businessmen Win Sargent, John Cogliano and Paul Fuerst. The former owners, the Anzuoni family of Plymouth had purchased Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company in 1948, two decades after P&B had converted from rail to bus transportation. Over the years, the company grew to provide expanded transportation service to and from Cape Cod and across the South Shore, express service to Logan Airport.