Passenger van service to hit the road on Monday
The service, being launched by Salem-based Flight Line Inc. will provide hourly service with 20 round trips per day.
Since word about the service has gotten out, Dowd said he has received a tremendous response.
Dowd said close to 20 reservations were made on the first day tickets went online on Wednesday.
NHDOT Commissioner Chris Clement said the express service will help cut emissions and congestion from commuters and airport travelers.
The stops are located at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, the Manchester Transportation Center on Canal Street, the Epping Park and Ride on Route 125, and the Portsmouth Transportation Center on Route 33.
“This new service will improve connectivity between the communities of Manchester, Epping and Portsmouth, and will certainly benefit travelers looking for regularly scheduled, cost-effective ground transportation options,” he said.
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