PVTA bus service from Union Station to begin June 25

Transit authority will cease service out of Main Street bus terminal at that time

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – PVTA bus service will begin operating from Springfield’s renovated Union Station in less than two weeks.

The transit authority announced that they will stop servicing the Main Street bus terminal on Sunday, June 25. From that point on, they will be running service from Union Station, which is located at 55 Frank B. Murray Street, a short distance from the existing terminal.

Click here for the new service schedule.

The beginning of bus service at Union Station will take place during the day of the station’s grand opening. A black-tie gala celebration for Union Station’s re-opening will be held the night before.

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