Peter Pan canceling some service due to storm

(Western Mass News Photo)

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- The wintry weather in the forecast is prompting Peter Pan Bus Lines to make some changes to their schedule.

The company has announced that several cancellations are being made because of the expected conditions and "for the safety of our customers and employees."

The following cancellations will be in effect for Tuesday:

Providence-Springfield-Albany

  • #0411 10:20 AM via Worcester, Springfield, Lee Prime Outlets, Lenox, Pittsfield, Williamstown

Albany-Springfield-Providence

  • #0422 3:30 PM via Pittsfield, Lenox, Lee Prime Outlets, Springfield, Worcester

Williamstown-New York

  • #0711 9:45 AM via Pittsfield, Lenox, Lee Prime Outlets, Stockbridge, Great Barrington, Sheffield, Canaan, Winsted, Torrington, Waterbury

New York-Williamstown

  • #0722 5:00 PM via Southbury, Waterbury, Torrington, Winsted, Canaan, Sheffield, Great Barrington, Stockbridge, Lee Prime Outlets, Lenox, Pittsfield

Peter Pan noted that all other routes and schedules are running as scheduled for both Tuesday and Wednesday.

Those customers who purchased tickets for a cancelled trip online, you can contact Peter Pan customer care at (800) 343-9999 or visit the nearest Peter Pan ticket counter.

If tickets were purchased at a bus terminal, travelers can return to that terminal at anytime to reschedule.

For the latest on service changes to Peter Pan's schedule, you can CLICK HERE.

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