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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – BoltBus is expanding service in Oregon, adding stops in Salem and Corvallis, the company says.

The lines will begin service Oct. 25 with rides on Friday and Sunday. The company, owned by Greyhound, says it plans to increase service in the future.

BoltBus in Salem will operate out of the Greyhound stop.

In Corvallis, a new market, service will be at an intermodal center in the 500 block of Northwest Monroe Avenue, which is near Oregon State University, and will include Corvallis Transit and Linn-Benton Loop.

BoltBus hopes the new stops will help area students who need transportation.

Find fares, available tickets, and schedule information on the BoltBus website.

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