STSC Transportation Services hosts grand opening celebration service offers Philadelphia to New York Bus travel with focus on convenience, safety and affordability
STSC Transportation Services, a minority-owned and operated Corporation established in 2012, hosted its grand opening celebration on, June 27th.
Launched on April 29th, STSC currently offers eight daily roundtrips between Philadelphia and New York City. The non-stop, affordable service equals efficient travel times between curbside locations in Philadelphia and Manhattan Chinatown, in close proximity to public transportation, shopping, cultural attractions and more.
Since its launch, STSC has created over 40 new jobs in Philadelphia, with plans to expand to other regional markets, equaling more job creation and money invested in local communities.
With an emphasis on safety, STSC has not only implemented the guidelines of the Department of Transportation but also created additional codes of operation to ensure a safe and comfortable passenger experience. STSC highly values service and prides itself on being a provider of services to culturally diverse, multilingual communities.
STSC’s highlighted features that separates it from other bus companies include low, flat-rate ticket pricing, an open ticketing system that allows passengers the flexibility to purchase tickets and travel when they want, dependable scheduling, and bilingual ticketing staff.
From July 8th to August 31 51, STSC will be running a special of $2 off its regular $12 one-way ticket price. Tickets can be purchased seven days a week at our ticket office, located at 115 N. gth Street, Philadelphia.
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