Plymouth & Brockton announced today that, effective Saturday, October 16th, the company will begin daily bus service from the Park and Ride lot on Route 106 (at Pleasant Street) in West Bridgewater to South Station and Logan Airport in Boston, as well as bus service from West Bridgewater to Woods Hole and Falmouth Station on Cape Cod.
John Cogliano, president of Plymouth & Brockton Bus Company, said, “P&B Bus Company will provide daily express bus service from the Park and Ride lot on Route 106 in West Bridgewater to South Station in Boston then onto Logan Airport.”
He continued, “Our daily bus service to South Station and Logan Airport will enable the residents of West Bridgewater and surrounding towns, including Easton, Mansfield, Norton, Brockton, Bridgewater, Middleboro, and Raynham to avoid the stress of driving in traffic congestion and paying high parking fees. Taking a P&B bus to Boston or Logan Airport is the most cost-effective way to travel and cleanest for the environment.”
Cogliano, who held the top state transportation positions including Commissioner of the Massachusetts Highway Department, Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation, Chairman of the MBTA, and the Chairman and CEO of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, said, “P&B Bus Company is the premier carrier from Cape Cod and the South Shore to Boston and Logan Airport. P&B provides the most reliable and frequent daily bus service from Hyannis to Boston and Logan Airport. In 2021, P&B started daily bus service from Falmouth and Woods Hole Ferry Terminal to Boston and Logan Airport. P&B is the only bus carrier providing daily direct service from Hyannis and Woods Hole Ferry Terminal to Rhode Island T.F. Green Int’l Airport.”
“Traveling on a Plymouth and Brockton bus to Boston, Logan Airport, Rhode Island TF Green Int’l Airport, and Cape Cod is a safer, greener, and more cost-effective way to travel to your destination. Every P&B bus can take up to 55 cars off the road which reduces local traffic congestion, reduces overall gas consumption, and truly benefits the environment,” Cogliano said.