Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co. launched electronic ticketing and free Wi-Fi on June 1, 2017.
No more cash sales at the bus – faster boarding and faster departures to get you where you’re going.
PLYMOUTH – A Massachusetts’ company that inspired mass transportation more than 129 years ago is stepping into the Digital Age with the launch of electronic ticketing and free Wi-Fi across its modern fleet of buses beginning Thursday June 1, 2017.
“We were worried that we were getting ahead of our passengers with all this new technology, but when we started to talk to them about it they were very positive to the point where they were telling us this is what they want,” said Chris Anzuoni, Vice President of Plymouth & Brockton, whose family has owned P&B for 69 years. “Many of our customers have been riding with us for generations. Our drivers know many of our customers on a first name basis. We are very focused on getting this done right.”
“Our goal is to continue making P&B the smart choice in transportation while also covering the costs of running a modern, customer-focused transportation system. For less than the cost of driving and parking, our passengers can get some work done on the bus, catch up on their sleep or read, all while leaving the worries of the road to our experienced drivers.”
Passengers can still purchase tickets from all existing ticket agents as they have in the past as well as from our website & newly installed kiosks – but the bus drivers will no longer be able to sell tickets effective June 1, 2017.