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Worcester County, Massachusetts Bus Companies and Stops
A A Transportation Co Inc 605 Hartford Tpke - (call (508) 791-9100) looking for limos to boston? aa transportation is the most reliable choice for boston limousine services like wedding limos, prom limos, bachelor/bachelorette party limos, corporate limousines and all-occasion transportation.
Aa Transportation 605 Hartford Tpke - (call (508) 471-4220) looking for limos to boston? aa transportation is the most reliable choice for boston limousine services like wedding limos, prom limos, bachelor/bachelorette party limos, corporate limousines and all-occasion transportation.
First Transit 123 Worcester Rd - (call (508) 248-0218) first transit offers fixed route operations, para transit, shuttles, ada-nemt management services & consulting solutions. contact us for a custom evaluation!
Fox Bus Lines 3 Silver Fox Dr - (call (508) 865-6000) fox bus tours & silver fox motor coaches specializes in group tours, charters, corporate travel, day and overnight trips, and school tours.
Lizak Bus Service, Inc. 1301 Main Street - (call (413) 436-5262) lizak bus service, inc., is one of the top bus charter and rental services providers warren, ma. call us at (800) 357-7788 and (413) 436-5262.
Worcester Regional Transit 287 Grove St, # 2 - (call (508) 791-9782) the worcester regional transit authority (wrta) provides scheduled bus service throughout the city of worcester and 13 surrounding communities. the website is offering fare info, schedules, route maps, elder & disabled services, and much more.
Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
March 03 2015 - Fast-dumping winter storm will bury us anew WORCESTER – The good news is, the Worcester area should get about 20 inches less snow this go-round; the bad news is, we're getting more snow as plows are still struggling to deal with where to put the huge piles dropped by the blizzard last week.
March 03 2015 - Snow to be followed by wind, brutal cold WORCESTER — Mother Nature tacked on about 9.5 inches of snow in Worcester as of 9 a.m. today, and National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Simpson says to expect about another inch before the storm ceases about noon.
January 16 2015 - STEINBERG: Real talk on real estate Here in New Haven, the upscale transformation of Broadway may indicate that our city is adopting a Worcester-like approach to business development.
January 10 2015 - Homeless advocates hope Supreme Court reviews panhandler law WORCESTER, Mass. — Sam Torres can often be seen standing on a quiet street corner a few blocks from the bus station, holding a ragged cardboard sign that reads: "Homeless Please Help." Torres says he'd make at least twice his daily take of $10 or $15 — barely enough for coffee and sandwiches — if he could ask for money in a spot with more traffic. But that has been difficult in New England's ...
November 08 2014 - Robert E. Girard, at 72, of Worcester, cab driver Robert E. Girard of Worcester, a retired cab driver, died Tuesday at home. He was 72. Mr. Girard was born in Worcester and was a graduate of Commerce High School. He held many jobs throughout his life, employed by Laidlaw Bus Co., Buduo Trucking, Local 170, and RJF Security-Special Police. He also was manager of the former Homer J. Wheaton Veterans of Foreign Wars post, and owned his own yellow ...
April 10 2014 - Bus driver killed in freak accident, Worcester DA says A bus driver lending a helping hand to a passenger trying to disembark died when the vehicle struck her as it rolled down a street in North Brookfield, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. The driver, Nancy M. Woods, 46, of Rutland, was pronounced dead yesterday at Harrington Hospital in Southbridge following the 3 p.m. accident on Chestnut Street, Early’s office ...
April 09 2014 - NC man arrested in Sturbridge bank robbery STURBRIDGE - A livery van passenger on the way to Worcester to catch a bus home to North Carolina allegedly made a quick stop to rob a bank in Sturbridge.
April 01 2014 - Gov. touts Mass. agency's all-electric fleet Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick celebrated the launch of a new fully-electric transit bus fleet at the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA). Gov. Patrick also announced new investments in two programs designed to support alternative fuel vehicles and related infrastructure across Massachusetts.
April 01 2014 - Route 20 sewer plan in Worcester in line for $10M BOSTON - State funding for projects that could open up two areas of the city to enhanced business development is advancing in the state Legislature, but only after several years of coordinated politicking and legislative maneuvering.
March 27 2014 - Launch set for new WRTA electric buses The Worcester Regional Transit Authority is expected to announce Thursday that it will begin using all electric, no-emission buses on some of its routes, with the addition of six new plug-in all-electric buses to its fleet.
February 09 2014 - Buses are running, but who's riding? The blue and red Worcester Regional Transit Authority bus heading toward the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley approached the Northbridge Town Common precisely at 9:25 a.m., right on schedule. The driver pulled over to let on the reporter, who flagged him down.