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Press Release – March 1, 2019

Press Release – March 1, 2019

TRANS-BRIDGE LINES TO BEGIN PHILADELPHIA SERVICE NEXT WEEK

Bethlehem, PA (March 1, 2019) – Trans-Bridge Lines is pleased to announce that it will begin service to
Philadelphia destinations beginning Monday, March 4, 2019.

The schedule in place will aim to accommodate those commuters who are displaced by the closure of the
Bieber Transportation Group. Since that closure, Trans-Bridge has been assessing what runs would make
the most sense for passengers, while providing safe and efficient service. Commuters and travelers were
also encouraged to offer their feedback and suggestions via email and social media. This allowed TransBridge to evaluate the need of the service and the scope to which it will be used.

“Trans-Bridge has a long history of responding to the travel needs of Lehigh Valley residents who use bus
service,” said Tom JeBran, President of Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc. “We hope these additions to our service
will provide convenient options for passengers going to Philadelphia from the Lehigh Valley.”

The Philadelphia service will consist of two runs to and from the city Monday through Friday. Morning
runs will arrive in Philadelphia at 7:00 and 8:20 a.m.; with return departures leaving Philadelphia at 4:20
p.m. and 5:35 p.m. Arrival back to the Lehigh Valley will be approximately 7:20 and 8:10 p.m.

From the Lehigh Valley, stops will originate from Bethlehem Transportation Center at 5:50 a.m., Lehigh
Valley International Airport (ABE) at 5:15 and 6:00 a.m., Allentown Bus Terminal at 5:30 a.m. and 6:15
a.m., Wescosville at 5:45 and 6:30 a.m., and Quakertown at 6:15 and 7:00 a.m.

While Amtrak and Greyhound Bus cannot accommodate Trans-Bridge as drop-off locations, Philadelphia
stops will be at the Market Street Bridge between Schuykill Avenue and North 23rd Street, JFK Boulevard
and 16th Street, and 10th between Market and Filbert Streets. A courtesy stop for the Federal Courthouse
at 6th and Market Streets will be made upon request.

Fares from Quakertown will be: $19 – One-Way; $133 – 10 trips; $235 – 20 trips; and $330 – 30
trips.From Lehigh Valley fares will be: $20 – One-Way; $140 – 10 trips; $248 – 20 trips; and $348 – 30
trips.

These runs by Trans-Bridge, in combination with Martz Trailways, Fullington Trailways and Greyhound Bus
service, will provide the Lehigh Valley full service to Philadelphia seven days a week.

Complete schedule with details and fares chart will be available for viewing at the company’s website:
www.transbridgelines.com under Schedules & Stops and Fares, respectively.

Trans-Bridge Lines, and its related company, Lehigh Valley Motorcoach, offers daily service to New York
City, Newark and JFK Airports from the Lehigh Valley area, Doylestown, New Hope, Pennsylvania and
Clinton, Phillipsburg, Frenchtown, Lambertville, Flemington and Branchburg, New Jersey. Weekday
service is available to Lower Manhattan, Wall Street and Jersey City from the Lehigh Valley and Clinton.
Trans-Bridge also offers daily transportation to the Manhattan and Bayonne, NJ piers.

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