DRYDEN – TRANSPORTATION – Kasper Transportation is stretching their wheels again. The Thunder Bay based bus company is starting a new service on Thursday, November 14th which will run between Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Vermilion Bay, Kenora, Prawda, and Winnipeg.
The company is President Kasper Wabinski states, “In full force growth mode, as the largest fully licensed and registered bus transportation service in Northwestern Ontario”.
Kasper Transportation VP of Operations, Scott Spak states that he hopes that people utilize the service so that this route remains viable for the company moving forward, and to support those trying to travel between both provinces for medical appointments, shopping, and family visits or business.
“People in Sioux Lookout and Winnipeg have been asking Kasper Transportation to provide a service that would allow access to more cost-effective shopping/travel solutions for families who live on a fixed income,” says Spak. “The residents also have been asking for a service to function so people can potentially connect with flights going north, move packages and cargo.”
With departure time from Winnipeg earlier in the morning, we are hoping that commuters and those that frequently need to travel for medical services will catch on and use our services.”
The new service also allows a means of connecting by bus from Thunder Bay to Winnipeg.
Spak says, “Kasper Transportation is now running between Winnipeg to Sioux Lookout, with the capacity to link up Thunder Bay at the same time. Spak hopes that people utilize the service so that this route remains viable for the company moving forward, and to support those trying to travel between both provinces for medical appointments, shopping, or business or pleasure travel.”
For route information and schedules, check out the Kasper Transportation Facebook page or the company’s website at gokasper.com.