Lincoln Tunnel Rte.495 begins closures this Friday

Aug. 15, 2018

Starting this Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, one lane of the 495 bridge which extends between Rte. 3 fork and Kennedy Blvd. in Union City, will be closed permanently until next year.  Then next year 2019 another lane shift will reduce four lanes into three, in each direction approaching the helix. The Exclusive Bus Lane (alternate direction early AM) will remain in place during the 2 1/2 years of construction. 

Read more: report Q & A on 495 lane closures

CBS news: NJ DOT outlines upcoming construction near Lincoln Tunnel


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Trans-bridge taking over some Beiber Routes, Gate 19

July 26, 2018

Trans-bridge announced it is taking over some Lehigh Valley, PA to PABT routes effective Saturday. They will operate out of the same Gate 19 for the time being for those routes. Beiber Tourways is having trouble meeting a financial deadline to pay the PABT $214,000 that the bus terminal says it is owed. Signs are posted at Beiber gates that the bus company will no longer operate from the terminal. Beiber owner says that the bus company will still provide service to NYC, probably to a different drop off point. 

Trans-Bridge taking over some Beiber routes

Beiber Tourways in financial trouble

Beiber Bus being evicted

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Peter Pan to open two parking lots for employees

July 11, 2018

Peter Pan Management is working out the details of a free employee parking lot near West Columbus/Hall of Fame Ave and Liberty St. – under the elevated I.91 highway – details to be released soon. Also, the portion of the old parking lot which Peter Pan still owns – half of the old lot – will be free for authorized maintenance personnel and coach drivers. Please watch for announcement and signs.

In addition, discounted monthly parking in the Springfield Development Authority multi-level parking lot is still being negotiated depending on number of signed up tenants.

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Martha’s Vineyard Ferry & Peter Pan Bus improve lax communications

July 8, 2018

After a May 29, 2018 incident where a delayed Peter Pan Bus ended up stranding a couple dozen passengers at Wood’s Hole after the last ferry failed to wait for them on the last sailing, both Peter Pan Bus Lines and Martha’s Vineyard Steamship Authority have firmed up their protocol regarding communications to assure it doesn’t happen again. What made it more problematic is many hotels refused to register stranded passengers who were under 25 years of age. Now, SSA will reach out to Peter Pan if they haven’t seen the last bus arrival; Peter Pan will also use the correct phone no. to contact SSA.

Steamship Authority refines their protocol with Peter Pan Bus Lines

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