Wichita, KS (PRWEB) March 20, 2011
Just a few short months after the launch of the new Beeline Express bus service, riders are jumping on slick, new buses as they enjoy the comfort and ease of travel along Beeline's newly updated routes.
According to Beeline operator Prestige Bus Lines, the company debuts four new buses beginning today, Monday, March 21, paid for by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) with funding awarded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
In response to passenger requests and to changes in the national Greyhound bus schedule, Beeline has added stops to the Kansas towns of Kingman, Pratt and Greensburg along the Wichita to Pueblo, CO route. The Wichita to Salina route has also been streamlined, according to company owner Dave Rockey, with a stop in Hutchinson now included and available for travel twice daily.
Passengers can find complete schedule and route details by visiting the Beeline Express website at http://www.Beeline-Express.com.
"We know there is a need for reliable, affordable bus travel in southwest Kansas," says Rockey. "The new routes and cities will make it easier for more Kansans to take advantage of Beeline's services. We will continue to be responsive to our valued passengers."
The Beeline Express is a new bus line serving southwest Kansas residents. Prestige Bus Lines has partnered with the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to operate the routes, which launched in November.
Rockey worked in tandem with both agencies to bring life to this new passenger and freight line. It restores intercity bus service to a region of Kansas that lacked a connection to the national bus system for years. With new buses gassed up and hitting the road daily, riders have found the new line's comfort beats that of cramped vehicles.
Manufactured by Motor Coach Industries of Schaumburg, Ill. the four new buses feature state of the art technology and style, designed for both passenger comfort and convenience. Each bus accommodates up to fifty passengers, is wheelchair accessible, includes an on-board bathroom, electrical outlets for charging phones, computers and games, adjustable leather seating, armrests and more.