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New Destinations Available in the Lehigh Valley

pdubey@v1-media.com on August 28, 2017 - in Transit, Transportation

WASHINGTON – Amtrak now provides expanded Thruway bus service between New York City and Philadelphia to destinations throughout the Lehigh Valley and southern Pennsylvania. Customers now have more convenient and affordable travel options from more than a dozen new locations including Kutztown, Allentown, Quakertown, Bethlehem and to Philadelphia 30th Street Station.

Bieber Tourways, an intercity motor coach operator based in Pennsylvania, provides transportation throughout Pennsylvania and to New York City. Amtrak Thruway services make coordinated connections with trains and enable passengers to use other carriers to connect with the Amtrak national network from cities without rail stations. 

Customers can purchase tickets using Amtrak eTicketing, at a staffed station or at a Quik-TrakSM kiosk. Passengers can also book online on Amtrak.com, use one of its mobile apps, or call-800-USA-RAIL. TEXT

 

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