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COAST acquires coach buses for commuter express

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

PORTSMOUTH – The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation recently acquired two commuter coaches from Concord Coach Lines that will be used for its Clipper Connection Commuter Express routes.

The model year 2000 buses were previously purchased by the state of New Hampshire for use in long‐haul service operated by Concord Coach Lines between Berlin and Littleton to Boston. Both buses have seen approximately 1.2 million miles of service, and while still in good shape, are now better suited for short‐haul service, COAST stated.

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PORTSMOUTH – The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation recently acquired two commuter coaches from Concord Coach Lines that will be used for its Clipper Connection Commuter Express routes.
The model year 2000 buses were previously purchased by the state of New Hampshire for use in long‐haul service operated by Concord Coach Lines between Berlin and Littleton to Boston. Both buses have seen approximately 1.2 million miles of service, and while still in good shape, are now better suited for short‐haul service, COAST stated.
- See more at: http://www.seacoastonline.com/article/20141209/NEWS/141209225/101102/BUSINESS#sthash.IlZ74czX.dpuf
PORTSMOUTH – The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation recently acquired two commuter coaches from Concord Coach Lines that will be used for its Clipper Connection Commuter Express routes.
The model year 2000 buses were previously purchased by the state of New Hampshire for use in long‐haul service operated by Concord Coach Lines between Berlin and Littleton to Boston. Both buses have seen approximately 1.2 million miles of service, and while still in good shape, are now better suited for short‐haul service, COAST stated.
- See more at: http://www.seacoastonline.com/article/20141209/NEWS/141209225/101102/BUSINESS#sthash.IlZ74czX.dpuf
PORTSMOUTH – The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation recently acquired two commuter coaches from Concord Coach Lines that will be used for its Clipper Connection Commuter Express routes.
The model year 2000 buses were previously purchased by the state of New Hampshire for use in long‐haul service operated by Concord Coach Lines between Berlin and Littleton to Boston. Both buses have seen approximately 1.2 million miles of service, and while still in good shape, are now better suited for short‐haul service, COAST stated.
- See more at: http://www.seacoastonline.com/article/20141209/NEWS/141209225/101102/BUSINESS#sthash.IlZ74czX.dpuf
PORTSMOUTH – The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation recently acquired two commuter coaches from Concord Coach Lines that will be used for its Clipper Connection Commuter Express routes.
The model year 2000 buses were previously purchased by the state of New Hampshire for use in long‐haul service operated by Concord Coach Lines between Berlin and Littleton to Boston. Both buses have seen approximately 1.2 million miles of service, and while still in good shape, are now better suited for short‐haul service, COAST stated.
- See more at: http://www.seacoastonline.com/article/20141209/NEWS/141209225/101102/BUSINESS#sthash.IlZ74czX.dpuf

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