Travel The shutdown comes just as domestic travelers are getting back on the road. The South Station bus terminal in Boston. Yoon S. Byun / The Boston Globe, File
July 4, 2021
BoltBus, the bus service known for offering its passengers Wi-Fi and $1 lottery seats, is shutting down operations indefinitely after months of low ridership during the pandemic, according to Greyhound, its parent company.
The discount bus operator announced last month that it was transferring most of its routes to Greyhound so
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