Blue Apple Bus Company Announces New Daily Service
Blue Apple Bus Company (http://blueapplebus.com) has announced the start of a daily bus service between the Canton (MA) Park and Ride Lot on Route 138 and Logan Airport, in Boston, MA.
Blue Apple Bus Company President and CEO John Cogliano said the new service will provide a reliable transportation option that is cost effective for the public.
“The Blue Apple bus service will start with 11 daily northbound trips and 10 daily southbound trips between the Canton – Route 138 Park and Ride Lot and Logan Airport. The bus service from Canton will run from 3:20 a.m. to 9:20 p.m., and from Logan Airport to Canton from 4 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.,” Cogliano said. “This new daily bus service will increase frequency as ridership increases to Logan Airport. The Blue Apple Bus service is a game-changer for people living in communities connecting to Route 93 and Route 95.”
Cogliano, who has held top state transportation positions in Massachusetts, said, “This new daily bus service from Canton to Logan Airport is a public-private partnership that only could have happened with the support of the Healey-Driscoll Administration, GATRA, MassDOT, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch, State Senator Paul Feeney, State Representative William Galvin, and the Town of Canton; all working together.”
He added: “Traveling on a Blue Apple bus to and from Logan Airport is a safer, greener, and more cost-effective way to travel. Every Blue Apple bus can take up to 55 cars off the road — reducing local traffic congestion, overall gas consumption, and truly benefiting the environment.”