Fung Wah

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Fung Wah is a defunct operator that provided low-cost service between New York City and Boston.

The terminal in Massachusetts was originally in Boston's Chinatown, but Fung Wah was forced to move to Boston South Station by the Boston city government amid traffic concerns. Fung Wah was involved in various safety-related incidents. In February 2013, 21 out of 28 buses were pulled out of service after the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities found multiple cracks in various buses. The company did not operate afterwards, and the company ended in 2015.

History

  • Founded by Pei Lin Liang in 1996.
  • Ceased operations in 2015.

Facilities

Office

  • Address: 25 Edinboro St., Boston, MA 02111

Fleet Roster

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
38 2001 Van Hool C2045
58 1998 Van Hool T2140
60 2001 Van Hool C2045
62 Fung Wah 62-a.jpg 2002 Van Hool C2045
66 2002 Van Hool C2045
70 1998 Van Hool T2140
72 2002 Van Hool C2045
76 2002 Van Hool C2045
78 2001 Van Hool C2045
80 2003 Van Hool C2045
86 2001 Van Hool C2045
88 2001 Van Hool C2045
90 2001 Van Hool C2045
92 2001 Van Hool C2045
96 2001 Van Hool C2045
98 2001 Van Hool C2045
102 2000 Van Hool C2045
106 2001 Van Hool C2045
108 2001 Van Hool C2045
112 2007 Van Hool C2045
116 2007 Van Hool C2045
118 2005 Van Hool C2045
120 2004 Van Hool C2045
122 2006 Van Hool C2045
126 2004 Van Hool C2045
128 2011 Van Hool C2045 To Omega Express 9835.
130 2011 Van Hool C2045 To Omega Express 9834.
132 2012 Van Hool C2045
136 2012 Van Hool C2045