Is there a future for the drive-through teller, once a symbol of banking convenience for a nation on the go?
Bank of America Corp. says it is phasing out some of its drive-through teller services in Massachusetts and elsewhere across the country because of declining traffic.
The nation’s second largest bank has closed two of its teller windows in Dorchester and West Boylston since July and will eliminate two others in Worcester and Tewskbury on Sept. 9. The bank will continue to evaluate its remaining 50Massachusetts locations featuring drive-through tellers, said spokesman T.J. Crawford.
The drive-through teller, like many other services, is finding it harder than ever to compete with the convenience of technology. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.