ALLENTOWN, Pa. ̵
The company suddenly shut down its doors, so many travelers ask, "Where am I going from here?
Road transport companies are already planning to strengthen their services to their customers
Since the closure 69 news has been heard by four different companies that are trying to inform consumers that just because Bieber is still missing other options
On Saturday morning, some people tried to catch a Bieber bus in Lehigh and Northampton in New York. When they were informed they sounded.
"It's annoying," says Kylie Cucalon. "What should I do … drive now? I think I will have to understand it."
"I bought a ticket on Tuesday or Thursday and now what happens to my 56 dollars?" asked Meredith Hardee
It's unclear how Bieber's paid customers will get the money back. Meanwhile, companies like Klein Transportation, Trans-Bridge Lines, Clydesdale Lines and TransportAzumah will try to lift where Bieber left.
"We will start providing services on Monday. to the puzzle we are working on, ”says Alison Klein Sherman, vice president of corporate finance.
"We are trying to help anyone who needs a home, but again, because we are not currently working on this very limited," says Derek Sheldon, founder of Clydesdale Lines.
"69" in the Trans-Bridge news report says they "determine where additional buses can be delivered to our New York service, hoping that the existing routes show an increase in the number of passengers.
The owner of Bieber Tourways has closed less competition and costs after 72 years. And while it's free for all Bieber's remaining customers, some are already pointing their case.
"I live in Berks County. I care about the Berks County and Lehigh Valley, and I want to make sure you are the customer first of all, ”says Sheldon.
"Our longevity in industry and the reputation of our good customer service really should help us," says Klein Sherman.