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Rediscovering the bus

Frustrated drivers, fliers boost low-price carriers

Passengers boarded a Greyhound bus for New York yesterday afternoon. The line's lower-cost service will start next month. Passengers boarded a Greyhound bus for New York yesterday afternoon. The line's lower-cost service will start next month. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Ross Kerber and Ashley L. Traupman
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2008

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Riding the bus: cool again. Greyhound Lines Inc. plans to start offering its low-cost BoltBus service between Boston and New York City starting next month, a spokesman said yesterday, the latest move by a major carrier seeking to capitalize on the popularity of cheap bus travel. (Full article: 1075 words)

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