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Manchester Bus Line
« on: February 16, 2016, 01:51:20 pm »

Sorry if this has already been posted. I'm just trying to add some more info to help out new people, as well as try to boost the activity of the forum (we really need to get this happening again)

If anybody lives in Manchester or surrounding areas, it appears there is a decent bus line that travels between cities and inside Manchester. It doesn't seem to run 24/7, but something is better than nothing right?

I can't vouge for its service because I haven't made the move yet, but if anyone is having transportation issues for either activism or finding work, it might be worth checking out. Even if it doesn't run long enough for you to get a ride home, you can always take the bus 1 way and schedule a cab/ride-share on the way back :)

Check it out, hope it helps someone -
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Re: Manchester Bus Line
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2016, 12:59:27 pm »

The buses in NH cities tend to be extremely limited compared to other places, but I'm not complaining if we're talking publicly or tax funded buses. I would actually rather boycott public bussing in favor of biking and carpool shares.
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