STILLWATER, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--People who want to travel to and from Stillwater will have a new option on June 21, when Jefferson Lines begins providing bus service to the city.
Passengers can ride the new route daily between Stillwater, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Chickasha and Lawton, Okla., as well as Kansas City, Mo., and Wichita Falls, Texas. Riders also can make bus connections that will carry them to more than 4,000 destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
“This route is an important part of Jefferson’s plans to expand our transportation network in Oklahoma and beyond,” said Charlie Zelle, president and CEO of Jefferson Lines. “With gas prices rising, riding a comfortable bus is a great option for travelers who want to simply sit back, relax and enjoy the view.”
Jefferson Lines’ depot in Stillwater is located at Oklahoma State University, 1006 West Hall of Fame Ave. Schedule and fare information is available at www.jeffersonlines.com, or toll free at 800-451-5333.
About Jefferson Lines
Jefferson Lines is a Minneapolis-based, intercity bus company that began operating in 1919 on a dirt road called the Jefferson Highway. Jefferson provides bus service among cities in 13 states, serving more than 170 communities nationwide.
Jefferson provides connections to other intercity bus companies, as well as rural transit operators that serve thousands of destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico.