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The Southwest of bus lines?

New York-Boston route's newest player cribs from discount airline models

William Donley (left) and Bruce Hansen, who work for BoltBus, check oil of a coach at South Station. The joint venture between Greyhound and Peter Pan starts service on the Boston-New York route tomorrow. William Donley (left) and Bruce Hansen, who work for BoltBus, check oil of a coach at South Station. The joint venture between Greyhound and Peter Pan starts service on the Boston-New York route tomorrow. (Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff)
By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / April 23, 2008

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BoltBus, which launches tomorrow, is shaking up low-cost bus service along the Boston-New York route by imitating Southwest Airlines Co. (Full article: 821 words)

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