Tufts is offering a new way to get home during University break periods. Tufts has partnered with My Bus Home (www.MyBusHome.com), which provides coach bus service to various areas in the mid-Atlantic and New England regions. My Bus Home will be offering bus transportation starting this winter break (and future break periods throughout 2017).
Private, fully insured motor coaches with a restroom, DVD and Wi-Fi will pick up Tufts students on campus in the Cohen Parking Lot (east of the Granoff Music Center) and transport students to and from central locations in Darien. CT, Jericho, Long Island, West Orange, NJ and Plymouth Meeting ,PA.
The coaches can hold 50 passengers. A minimum of 30 is required. The estimated round trip fares will be between $90.00 & $140.00 depending on the stop and the number of students who ride the bus. One way seats are also available. Depending on demand, buses will depart campus on December 20th, 2016, at 4:00pm and will arrive back to campus on Wednesday, January 18th, 2017.
If you/your student is interested in this opportunity, please sign up at www.MyBusHome.com to receive more information and make trip reservations.
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Beginning this fall, Tufts is launching a partnership with MyBusHome, a small private company which contracts with major coach fleets to provide buses on major school breaks, thereby reducing the need for hundreds of parents to make individual trips to pick up their kids.
The pilot run for the program will occur in October over the Indigenous People’s Day long weekend. Destinations will include Albany, NY; Portland, ME; Philadelphia, PA; and New York, NY. These cities were chosen through an analysis of the demographics of the student body in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
The partnership aims to fill gaps in availability, affordability, or convenience of mass transit options. The buses will have a lower carbon impact than if students were to be driven to and from school by their parents or guardians.
Buses are also scheduled for Thanksgiving, the winter break, and the spring break.
Tickets can be purchased at MyBusHome.com. MyBusHome will be processing all payments, ticketing, and questions.
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