Peter Pan decides to grow up

09/21/2010 | USA Today

For many business travelers, buses have long been viewed as the slowest, seediest form of transportation. But bus operators are selling a different vision: Peter Pan, a line that operates between Boston and Washington, has rebranded itself with new graphics, refurbished coaches and Wi-Fi access designed to appeal to business travelers fed up with crowded planes and airport-security hassles. The company also teamed up with Greyhound to launch BoltBus, a New York-to-Washington business shuttle that has carried 3 million passengers in less than three years.

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