March 21, 2013

Plan to launch private Boston-to-N.Y. bus criticized

HARLEM, N.Y. — An entrepreneur who started a private bus line to take over canceled MTA routes plans to launch an intercity bus service between New York and Boston — but blindsided local leaders fear they're being left out of the process, according to DNAinfo.com.

After the recent demise of discount Boston-to-New York carrier Fung Wah, Interstate Bus owner Joel Azumah said the time is right to launch the service, which would have a stop in Harlem, thereby avoiding Midtown traffic. For the full story, click here.

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