PVTA bus service returning to Hadley mall in the near future

Hampshire County

HADLEY, Mass. (WWLP) – Mountain Farms Mall and the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority announced an agreement on Saturday to return the B43 bus stop in Hadley.

According to a news release sent to 22Newss from PVTA, once improvements are in place, the bus stop will return in the near future. 

The two businesses are currently defining a longer-term solution and are aware many people use the PVTA to access Mountain Farms Mall.

This comes after the PVTA announced they would no longer bring riders to and from Mountain Farms Mall in Hadley due to safety concerns.  

Related: Customers disappointed after PVTA stops bus service to Hadley mall

The full statement from PVTA and Mountain Farms Mall reads:

Mountain Farms Mall and the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority are very pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement to return the B43 bus stop to the property in the near future, once improvements to the stop are in place. We are still in the process of defining a longer-term solution. We understand that many customers and employees utilize the PVTA to access Mountain Farms and are working hard to maintain this important benefit to our community.”

Paul Burns-Johnson, Director of Transit Operations at PVTA
Dan Hester, Development Manager at WS Development

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