September 23, 2019
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Concord Coach Lines resumes bus service to Wiscasset

Brian Swartz | BDN
Brian Swartz | BDN

Concord Coach Lines service to Wiscasset was due to resume at a new stop Wednesday after more than six months with no bus service to the town.

The new bus stop is at the Irving Circle K on Bath Road, according to Concord Coach Lines. The old stop was at Huber’s Market on Bath Road.

Concord Coach Lines suspended service Jan. 7 without a clear explanation, although representatives of the bus line and the town speculated that the decision had to do with inadequate snow removal.

A developer plans to demolish Huber’s Market and build a Dollar General store in its place.

The new stop in Wiscasset will not offer ticket sales. Riders must either buy a ticket at concordcoachlines.com and print it out, or present their ID and buy a ticket at the next stop.

The pickup and drop-off times are the same as in the past. Southbound departures are at 9:50 a.m. and 1:50 p.m., northbound at 3:10 p.m. and 8:35 p.m.

Dana Knapp, Maine Division manager for Concord Coach Lines, said he is pleased the company is able to offer service in Wiscasset again and thankful Circle K has agreed to allow buses to stop there.

This story appears through a media partnership with The Lincoln County News.

 



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