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Peter Pan Bus Driver Saves The Day!

Pete A. Bedard of Fall River may seem like your average bus driver, but last week he was praised as a hero by nearly 20 Martha’s Vineyard residents and visitors on a mission to catch the last ferry out of…
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$15 Providence to NYC Moving Sale

Peter Pan Bus Lines to move bus stops and ticket counters from Kennedy Plaza to the Rhode Island Convention Center on Monday, May 15, 2017. To celebrate our move Peter Pan Bus Lines will be offering $15 fares on all…
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Four Million Mile Driver Honored

Peter Pan Bus Lines honors the country’s first Four Million Mile Driver, Ed Hope of Enfield, CT, on March 22, 2017 at the company’s annual S.T.A.R. (Super Team Achievement & Recognition) Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Springfield Hotel. Ed Hope…
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Giving Back After The Holyoke Fire

Peter Picknelly, owner of Peter Pan Bus Lines, teamed up with local business owners, Andy Ye of the Hu Ke Lau, and Pete Kadens of GTI, to create a special night for the twenty-five families who lost everything in the…
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15% Off Travel Between Providence & NYC

Traveling between Providence, Rhode Island and New York, New York this holiday season? Well Peter Pan Bus Lines is offering 15% off on travel between Providence, RI and New York City for the holidays! Save 15% off by using code…
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Now Serving The Big E

Peter Pan Bus Lines is partnering with the local transit provider, Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA), to offer round-trip transportation packages to The Big E at a discounted rate. This service will operate daily through the run of the fair,…
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Stuff the Bus Food Drive Big Success

The food shelves are no longer empty at Open Pantry in Springfield, Massachusetts. The struggling community service agency acquired more than a ton of food in just the last week. A “Stuff the Bus” drive last week on behalf of…
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Helping With Early Cancer Detection

New England Commuters and Early Cancer Detection 15-40 Connection has partnered with Peter Pan to empower New England commuters to recognize cancer symptoms and detect cancer earlier. The partnership in the form of a wrapped bus starts a new cancer conversation…
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STAR Awards Honor Million Mile Drivers

Newest Million Mile Drivers Honored at “S.T.A.R.” Awards April 5, 2016- (Springfield, Ma) Peter Pan Bus Lines honors the newest One Million Mile Drivers at the annual S.T.A.R. (Super Team Achievement & Recognition) Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Springfield Hotel,…
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Our New Fleet of Buses Are Rolling

Peter Pan Introduces Fleet of New 54 Seat Motorcoaches At Peter Pan Bus Lines we are proud to introduce our new fleet of 54 passenger MCI coaches. From first glance, you can see the new exterior, clean, crisp and modern,…
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Peter Pan Bus Driver Saves The Day!

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Pete A. Bedard of Fall River may seem like your average bus driver, but last week he was praised as a hero by nearly 20 Martha’s Vineyard residents and visitors on a mission to catch the last ferry out of…

$15 Providence to NYC Moving Sale

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Peter Pan Bus Lines to move bus stops and ticket counters from Kennedy Plaza to the Rhode Island Convention Center on Monday, May 15, 2017. To celebrate our move Peter Pan Bus Lines will be offering $15 fares on all trips from Providence to New York City from May 15 through May 24, 2017.

Four Million Mile Driver Honored

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Peter Pan Bus Lines honors the country’s first Four Million Mile Driver, Ed Hope of Enfield, CT, on March 22, 2017 at the company’s annual S.T.A.R. (Super Team Achievement & Recognition) Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Springfield Hotel. Ed Hope will be inducted into the National Safety Council Hall of Fame as the first ever Four Million Mile Driver.

Giving Back After The Holyoke Fire

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Peter Picknelly, owner of Peter Pan Bus Lines, teamed up with local business owners, Andy Ye of the Hu Ke Lau, and Pete Kadens of GTI, to create a special night for the twenty-five families who lost everything in the New Year’s Day fire by providing transportation, dinner and gift cards to help them start to rebuild their lives.