Intercity bus service stops in Martin, Dresden
Posted: Thursday, April 29, 2010 9:07 pm
“Public Transportation is a vital part of Tennessee’s transportation network and plays an important role in the state’s economic health,” said TDOT Commissioner Gerald Nicely. “We’re pleased to partner with Anchor Trailways & Tours to provide more transportation options for citizens in western Tennessee.”
The ATRunner is funded by a federal 5311(f) grant administered by the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Multimodal Transportation Resource Division. The $2.5 million grant to Anchor Trailways & Tours is designed to address the intercity travel needs for people in rural areas of Tennessee who do not currently have access to daily scheduled transit routes to major cities.
Anchor Trailways & Tours, a family-owned company celebrating its 20th anniversary, is dedicated to providing the safest group travel available in motorcoach transportation as well as unique tour packages for groups and individuals. These travel and transportation specialists have three strategically chosen locations in the southeast to enable them to best serve their customers. As a member of Trailways Transportation System, the oldest national system of independent motorcoach companies, Anchor Trailways & Tours has access to a national backup support system. Anchor Trailways & Tours is certified by the Department of Defense – a higher level of safety certification that only 10 percent of motorcoach carriers qualify for – which certifies Anchor Trailways to carry military personnel.
For information or to purchase tickets on the ATRunner visit www.ATRunner.com or call (877) 371-3377. For information on Anchor Trailways & Tours please visit www.AnchorTrailways.com or call us at 615-860-6800.