Concord Coach Lines
|Slogan||Clean Transportation - inside and out.|
|Headquarters||7 Langdon St, Concord, New Hampshire|
|Service area||Maine and New Hampshire|
|Service type||intercity coach service|
|Alliance||Dartmouth Coach; Boston Express|
|Routes||I-95 Boston, MA to Bangor, ME; I-93 Boston, MA to Berlin, NH|
|Destinations||Maine Seacoast & I-93 corridor|
|Hubs||Concord, NH; Boston, MA; Portland, ME|
The company was founded in 1967, and expanded in 1988 with the purchase of the Trailways franchise. Service to Maine commenced in 1992. The company's relationship with Trailways Transportation System was dissolved in 2008, and the name reverted to "Concord Coach Lines."
The current fleet consists entirely of Prevost X-45 and MCI D4500 buses. The buses wear a red, white, and blue color sceme over a white base. Previous vehicles in the fleet have included the MCI J4500, MC-8, and MC-9.
Concord Coach Lines operates along the Interstate 95 corridor between Bangor, Maine and Boston, Massachusetts, as well as the Interstate 93 corridor in New Hampshire with service from Berlin and Littleton through Concord to Boston and Logan International Airport.
Specifically it connects the following locations:
- Orono (University of Maine)
- Brunswick (Bowdoin College)
- Waterville (Colby College)
- New Hampshire
- Pinkham Notch
- North Conway
- West Ossipee
- Center Harbor
- New Hampton
- Amtrak Northeast Corridor service at Boston South Station
- Amtrak Downeaster at Portland Transportation Center
Concord Coach Lines provides Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach service from Portland to Bangor and from Manchester to Boston.
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